At a glance

  • Carer

    Carer Goes Free

    Carers are invited to accompany guests and use the facilities free of charge subject to availability.

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    There are two accessible bedrooms at the hotel with handrails and emergency pull cords in the bathroom. There is a lift, and all facilities are on the ground floor.

  • Health spa

    Health Spa Venue

    The whole venue is built around its health facilities, and offers specialised treatments including reflexology, Reiki, Botox, and non-surgical CACI treatments … buttock lift anyone?

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Malvern is a town rooted in history – the Great Malvern Priory, theatres, and boutique shops, it’s an enchanting place to explore at a leisurely pace.

  • Restaurant

    Restaurant

    The AA rosette awarded restaurant is recommended for its seasonal menu.

  • Hen friendly

    Hen Friendly

    With a wide variety of treatments and facilities, it is ideal for a hen party designed to make you all glow on the big day!

Location

The Malvern

The Malvern, Grovewood Road, Malvern,
WR14 1GD

Only a few miles from Worcester and J7 of the M5

Spa & Leisure

Because of its natural spring waters, the Worcester town of Malvern is known as a spa town, so it’s only appropriate that it plays home to The Malvern hotel, spa and health club. Embracing its heritage, the venue offers a wide range of facilities including a 20 metre indoor/outdoor pool that remains at a constant and optimum (by hydrotherapy standards) 35⁰ C, a thermal suite (that is to say herb sauna, steam room, hydrotherapy pool and ice fountain) and a gym.

Once you have spent a little time settling into your surroundings, it’s on to the treatments using ESPA, REN and Jessica Nails products The Malvern offers reflexology, Reiki, and Hopi ear candling as well as facials, massages, scrubs, and wraps, non-surgical CACI treatments, weekly Botox clinics and finishing touches.

Hotel & Accommodation

With 32 rooms, each sporting a neutral colour palette and contemporary design accented with a feature colour, the hotel was the first spa in Malvern in 1910 and is very much a destination designed for ‘grown-ups’ – that will explain the predominantly off-white soft furnishings then.

There are two dining options – both elaborate, but one a little more formal than the other. The Malvern Restaurant is open for afternoon tea and evening meals and is very much the fine dining option providing a seasonal menu overseen by award-winning chef, Steve Rimmer; while the glass atrium that is The Malvern Brasserie is characterised by 200 year old olive trees and is open throughout the day as the final feather in the spa’s cap.