When will spas re-open after Covid-19?

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The question of when spas are likely to re-open following Covid-19 lockdown measures is a hotly debated topic, and one that is still a little fluid. However, the good news is that we are moving into a phase where the question is being realistically considered. Currently the working date for re-opening spas is 4th July in the UK, although this may change as things develop.

While we will keep our customers updated with the latest information, and any changes to that working date as soon as we have it, it is important to reassure you that in all instances, every precaution will be taken to care for the wellbeing of all, including spa staff and guests.

As one of the last industries likely to ease back to normality following the health crisis, we will be guided in many ways by our European counterparts who have been re-opening businesses, including spas and beauty salons, since late March. It is likely that spas will need to comply with strict health guidelines on hygiene and distance, and that there may be a transition phase which sees some areas and experiences at spa destinations open before others.

We are also mindful at Spabreaks.com that even when spas are fully cleared for re-opening, it may take some time for our personal fears and anxieties to heal, particularly regarding touch therapies and treatments. With that in mind, we have created Spa Lite, spa packages designed to help ease us back into the spa environment, whilst still making the most of what each destination has to offer.

If you have any questions about booking a spa day or break following Covid-19, please do not hesitate to contact us, or alternatively find our more about our Book with Confidence promise or keep an eye on this Covid-19 updates page for the latest information.

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