Carden Park in Cheshire has released the first image of its new £10m spa, which will be named The Spa at Carden.
The new ‘multi-sensory wellbeing garden’ is set within 1,000 acres of grounds at the privately-owned hotel and is under construction before launching to the public for the first time in late summer.
Designed by leading HB Architects and interior designers, Barr & Wray, the indoor spa includes a large hydrotherapy pool complete with a multitude of jets, while a sun terrace and outdoor spa garden comprises hidden hydrotherapy pools, thermal experiences and a bar.
There will also be an outdoor sauna, a series of warming cabins, relaxed seating and fire pits, plus a herb garden.
Unveiling the first spa garden image, Carden Park general manager, Hamish Ferguson says “We are thrilled to be releasing the first image of The Spa at Carden’s spa garden which really will be an incredible experience for our guests. Not only will it elevate guest wellbeing by immersing them in nature but it will also enable them to enjoy the garden year round. By winter proofing our spa we will help them to feel good from the outside in, whatever the weather!”
The team appointed on the project are HB Architects, Pave Aways Ltd Building Contractors, Barr & Wray Interior Design and Spa Consultant Nicki Kurran.
New spa director Steve Ewing joined the team in February this year to head up the spa’s operations.