Whether you’re going on a spa break for the first time or you have been a hundred times before, the whole point of a spa experience is to help you feel relaxed and happy. So we want to help you get the most out of your visit in whatever way we can. It might be putting your mind at rest about what to wear during your spa treatments, asking what you actually do on a spa break, or seeking inspiration on where to go for different occasions.
With that in mind, we have put together a selection of spa guides to answer all of your queries and questions, from those that have come up before to those you might not have even thought about yet.
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For many first time spa goers, there are a lot of questions, from what to wear to what you actually do all day, so here’s our guide to help you feel confident, relaxed and get the most out of your first spa break.Read our guide
Spa treatments are central to the whole spa experience. They can often shape the day, preparing the skin and body in the spa facilities first and leading up to a beautiful experience that will really help you to relax and unwind.Read our guide
While everyone needs time to relax, there is a strong argument to say that no one needs time out quite like a parent. However, having time to relax doesn’t necessarily mean you either want, or are able to, have time away from your children.Read our guide
For many women, the idea of a spa break during pregnancy is dreamy, but many are also concerned to make sure that whatever they do is safe both for them and their baby. The wonderful thing is that there are so many tailored options now available for mums-to-be, that are not only safe and relaxing but also designed to address specific areas of concern during pregnancy so that you get the most out of it.Read our guide
While a facial or manicure at a spa, surrounded by all those lovely facilities, is wonderful, wellbeing is something that we all need to take care of all the time. From facials to manicures and pedicures at home, beautiful products and advice available from talented therapists at some of the world’s leading spas and spa hotels, mean that you can relax and unwind from the comfort of your own space and on your own schedule.Read our guide
Going on a spa day or spa break is all about relaxing and feeling good, but in order to really achieve that it’s important that you have answers to any questions so that you feel reassured about what to expect. From what to wear to what a spa day or break actually involves, we have put together answers to those most frequently asked questions that spa goers both new and experienced have before going on a spa break.Read our guide
Whether it’s an intimate party of two, a couple of your best friends or a group getaway, celebrations are occasions that are meant to be shared. Giving friends and loved ones the chance to show one another that they care, and to spoil the guest of honour rotten, whether it’s birthdays or anniversaries, engagements or hen parties, a celebration spa break is the perfect combination of self-care, total indulgence and quality time together.Read our guide
We are often asked what to wear or to take with you when you go on a spa break. This can be a big source of anxiety, especially for first timers.Read our guide
Don't know your rasul from your reiki? Unsure if you'd prefer a facial or a flotation session? No need to be overwhelmed, our glossary is here to help.Read our guide
While the UK has a thriving spa industry today, with a wide variety of destinations peppered across both country and city, there are some towns who owe their entire legacy to the historic spa tradition. Across the UK, spa towns are built around the naturally occurring wellbeing properties of the surrounding area. Amongst the most famous are Malvern in Worcestershire, Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, Harrogate in North Yorkshire and Bath in Somerset.Read our guide
Yes, you can go to a spa if you have cancer. However, there are some things to consider and it’s a good idea to speak to your oncologist before you go.Read our guide