Fife Arms completes final piece of puzzle with new spa


Construction has been completed on the new spa at The Fife Arms in Braemar, rounding off a three-year multi-million pound transformation project that has seen the new boutique hotel brought to life.

Spa Vision worked with interior designer Russell Sage to create the new Albamhor Spa at the 46-bedroom hotel, which is owned by Swiss art dealers Iwan and Manuela Wirth of internationally-renowned art gallery Hauser & Wirth.

The hotly-anticipated hotel opened in a former Victorian coaching inn in the Scottish Highlands to wide acclaim in December last year, and the new spa marks the completion of the epic project.

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The new Albamhor Spa captures the overall style and feel of the hotel, with Spa Vision designing, suppling and installing the spa’s sauna, treatment tables and associated equipment.

Commenting on the completion, Colin Cameron, director at Spa Vision, said: ”The Fife Arms holds considerable history and a defining place in the local area.  For this reason, the attention to detail and precision has been unwavering. The Albamhor Spa is a stunning addition to the hotel facilities and we are delighted to have played our part in bringing the designers’ vision to life.”

Working closely with interior designers, Russell Sage Studio, Spa Vision delivered a high quality design and finish, both on time and within budget.

Federica Bertolini was appointed general manager at The Fife Arms in 2016 joining from the Olga Polizzi-owned Hotel Tresanton, where she had been for the 11 years prior.

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