Great Hotels of the World Member, Cotswold House, Announces the Launch of New Spa
Great Hotels of the World (http://www.ghotw.com) and Cotswold House (http://www.ghotw.com/cotswold-house) in Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, are delighted to announce the launch of their new spa in December 2009.
Operated by the British company Temple Spa, this will be the first branded Temple Spa in the UK. Temple Spa at Cotswold House will boast seven treatment rooms, a hammam room, a hydrotherapy pool and exquisitely appointed relaxation areas surrounding the swimming pool created by architects and designers D’Alton.
Located adjacent to the main hotel building, the spa will be housed in a charming converted coach house, accessible via a path from the hotel.
Geared towards both hotel and day spa guests, a wide range of holistic and advanced results-orientated treatments and therapies will be offered at Temple Spa at Cotswold House, tailored towards guests’ individual needs. Treatments include anti-ageing facials, facials for men, pedicures and manicures, thermal stone massage, brush treatments and Indian head massage. A full list of treatments is available on request.
For press enquiries please contact:
Brooke Jester - Marketing and PR Executive, Great Hotels Organisation
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