Grade-II listed Grantley Hall in Yorkshire has revealed details of its spa, wellness and fitness facilities set to open at the site when the hotel launches on July 6.
One of the most hotly-anticipated openings of 2019, Grantley Hall will open The Three Graces Spa, an Elite luxury gym and a number of wellness features when it welcomes its first paying guests in just a few months’ time.
The 17th century building is owned by Valeria Sykes and has been undergoing a multi-million refurbishment transformation into a new luxury 47-bedroom hotel since 2015.
The hotel will also be home to seven drinking and dining venues, including a pan-Asian restaurant, Champagne and cocktail bar, plus the spa and a number of event spaces.
Acclaimed chef Shaun Rankin is to head up the hotel’s fine dining restaurant.
Now further details have emerged about what to expect at Grantley Hall’s spa and wellness facilities.
The Three Graces Spa will comprise five treatment rooms, working with brands ila and Natura Bissé, as well as wet and thermal facilities, from an indoor swimming pool, to indoor-to-outdoor hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and snow room, serene relaxation room, outdoor terrace and Spa Lounge.
The Elite executive gym and wellness will offer professional performance coaching sessions, strength and conditioning training, rehabilitation and group training, led by double Guinness World Record Ocean Rower, Duncan Roy.
Three fitness spaces will comprise a fully-equipped gym, strength and conditioning gym and a health and performance area.
There will also be two bedrooms that can be altitude controlled to ensure a comprehensive approach.
Owner Sykes is overseeing the development, with general manager Andrew McPherson.