Carden Park’s new £10m spa inks deal with product house prior to summer launch


The Spa at Carden, the £10m new ‘multi-sensory wellbeing garden’ due to launch on the Cheshire estate this summer, has announced its main product house.

The spa, which is set within 1,000 acres of grounds at the privately-owned hotel, has inked a deal with natural skincare and body care brand, Elemental Herbology to bring bespoke products and treatments to guests when the new addition opens its doors in a few months’ time.

Working with The Spa at Carden’s spa director, Steve Ewing and spa consultant, Nicki Kurran, the Elemental Herbology team are designing a full range of face and body treatments to complement the new spa brand.

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These will be based on the Five Element Theory in traditional Chinese Medicine.

The partnership is part of a larger initiative by Carden Park Hotel to provide guests with a luxury spa experience ‘like no other’.

Announcing the partnership with Element Herbology, The Spa at Carden’s spa director, Steve Ewing says: “It is exciting to be working with the Elemental Herbology team and discovering how their brand ethos aligns so well with our vision for The Spa at Carden. We want to push away from the traditional spa concept and using their treatments, natural ingredients and incorporating the elements into our customer’s spa journey we will be able to offer a brand new spa experience.”

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.

Work has been ongoing since June 2018.

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