New to the Spabreaks.com spa scene, just in time for luxury Edinburgh spa hotel, Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa, offers the kind of decadence that we all deserve this summer. Providing a city escape that meets the expectations of months of daydreaming, here are five reasons to visit as soon as possible.
Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa Edinburgh is located in the UNESCO World Heritage city centre of Edinburgh. Delivering everything you could want from a city spa break, it’s within walking distance of historic sites, Royal Mile and browsing the shops on George Street. In parts of the hotel you can even enjoy views of Edinburgh Castle.
Amongst its facilities this contemporary Edinburgh spa includes a range of facilities including a fitness studio, a 19-metre indoor swimming pool with infinity edge and heated recliner seating. There’s also a salt room complete with colour-changing Himalayan rock salt wall where a fine mist concentrated salt solution from the Alps is released, encouraging you to relax and breathe deeply, a hammam, a crystal steam room, bio sauna, rock sauna, laconium, and ice fountain.
This Edinburgh spa offers a variety of face and body therapies, endeavouring to make the spa itself an experience. Choose from Essential Body and Aromatherapy Massages to Chakra Balancing, Ayurvedic treatments and holistic Made for Life Organics therapies that encourage mindfulness.
The experience doesn’t stop when the spa treatment ends. Make sure you include time in your day to revel in your down time by heading to the quiet relaxation room. There you can switch off completely with a dimly lit, twinkling starry sky and dancing flames in a log fire.
Working with local suppliers, farmers and fishermen, the hotel restaurant serves seasonal quality ingredients of Scottish provenance, certified with Visit Scotland’s ‘Taste our Best’, in their elegant One Square Brasserie. It’s also home to the One Square Bar, which specialises in gin, serving more than 100 varieties, including their very own One Square Gin made by hand by Pickering’s at Summerhall Distillery in Edinburgh.
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