Fistral Beach Hotel & Spa

At a glance

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    Sea, sand, and if you are lucky some good old British sunshine as well – this is what romance is made of.

  • Squash

    Activities

    For something a little different on your spa break, why not opt for a package that includes Quicksilver surfing lessons or cocktail making?

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Perched on a cliff top, the hotel enjoys panoramic views of the rugged Fistral Beach.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    The hotel hosts its own Quiksilver Surf School Newquay for those wanting to take advantage of those famous waves.

  • Beach

    Beach Location

    As the name of the hotel might suggest, you couldn’t get much closer to the beach if you tried – buckets and spades at the ready!

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    Given the spa facilities and surrounding activities, the hotel has everything you need for a weekend away.

Location

Fistral Beach Hotel & Spa

Fistral Beach Hotel & Spa Esplanade Road Newquay, Cornwall
TR7 1PT

Spa & Leisure

Named after the beach it overlooks, Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa is a haven on the Cornish coast. Facilities appeal to the aesthete as well as the health enthusiast, with a swimming pool under a domed, starlit ceiling, underwater music, massage cannons, a steam room and a spa bath as well as a fitness suite, exercise classes and personal training sessions.

Treatments on offer reflect the same levels of indulgence as the facilities – there are nine treatment rooms a relaxation lounge to chill-out in, and more than 40 ESPA and Leighton Denny therapies to choose from. They also have a Little Fistral Spa which focuses on those finishing touches – hair, make-up and nails.

Hotel & Accommodation

Practically on Fistral Beach itself, in the famous surf town of Newquay; Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa has 71 rooms ranging from Standard to Best; many of which enjoy that all-important sea view, and all of which are spacious, modern, and with a beach style interior.

Although the surrounding area has a collection of local restaurants that are worth a visit, there is also a bar and a restaurant at the hotel itself – where it is advisable to book in advance. The Dune Restaurant – we will leave you to ascertain where the name came from – is open for breakfast and dinner daily, serving a regularly changing seasonal menu; while the Bay Bar is a relaxed environment for tea and coffee in the daytime, light bites and tapas, and evening cocktails.

Please note, the hotel will be closed from 4th - 8th January 2016