Chewton Glen has given its spa a refresh ahead of its reopening tomorrow, as the government leisure facilities to welcome guests again from July 25.
The luxury Hampshire hotel has been given a new look by designer Anita Rosato with new wall murals and new tiling for the indoor pool boasting a refreshed colour scheme to complement new pool furniture.
The new space will also debut a new ‘stripped back’ spa menu, which will see therapists create fully bespoke treatments for guests.
Guests will be able to select a treatment which will be fully individualised to include Oskia facials, massages, and recovery-based body treatments.
There will also be two alfresco treehouse treatments available.
As part of the project, the changing rooms have been given a new lease of life, with new colours and lockers, as well as the Pool Bar benefitting from new menus.
Commenting on the transformation of the spa facilities at Chewton Glen, Kerry Hudson, spa director of Iconic Luxury Hotels said: “When we first opened our spa at Chewton Glen back in 1990, we were one of the first, if not the first, luxury country house hotel to design and build a purpose-built spa.
“My team and I are delighted that Chewton Glen continues to lead the way in the provision of excellent spa facilities for all of our guests, whether staying overnight, or visiting for the day.
“By their very nature, spas have always had extremely strict hygiene protocols, so this is already an inbuilt part of the way we work but while existing protocols will remain in place, there are also going to be additional updates and extra precautions taken to protect the wellbeing of both guests and therapists.
“It is undoubtedly a testament to the energy, passion and creativity of the entire team at Chewton Glen and the investment and commitment of our ownership, that we are focused on continually improving and innovating.”