A NEW £1.25m destination spa in Snowdonia will officially open its doors in March 2021.
Images, showing how the luxury Wave Garden Spa will look, have been released.
Located within the grounds of the Adventure Parc Snowdonia in the Conwy Valley – an award-winning adventure resort which is home to the world’s first inland surf lagoon – the Wave Garden Spa has been carefully designed to make the most of its natural resources and the magnificent landscapes of Snowdonia.
A focus has been put on pure water, fresh air and freedom.
Guests will be able to relax as they enjoy the sound of waves and views of the mountains and forests, bathe in pools fed with chemical free water and enjoy unique cleansing and purifying treatments, contemporary design and a heated sensory spa garden.
Andy Ainscough, Adventure Parc Snowdonia’s managing director, said: “The Wave Garden Spa is the exciting next step in our plans for Adventure Parc Snowdonia to be a destination for wellbeing, incorporating exhilarating activities and adventures with the finest facilities to de-stress, relax and rejuvenate.
“Our family owned business has been built on our passion for the great outdoors, and our new spa fully embraces this with outstanding views, the sound of rolling waves and a stunning spa garden.”
Inside the spa, a “fragrant thermal journey” welcomes visitors with its vitality waterfall pool, steam room and iconic oversized Himalayan salt sauna, all of which have views out across the surf lagoon to the mountains and forests beyond.
The Wave Garden Spa will be the only one in North Wales where guests can have a complete immersion in the steam-based cleansing and purifying rituals of a traditional Hammam.
Outside, there is a warm hydrotherapy pool, loungers, relaxation pods and fire pits to keep guests cosy. A traditional wooden barrel sauna, fragrant herb garden and yoga studio complete the outdoor experience.
The Wave Garden Spa has partnered with marine skincare brand, Thalgo and Tribe517, a product line made in Wales using locally sourced natural ingredients, to offer a range of face and body treatments and rituals within the spa’s five treatment rooms.
Danni Hitchen, Adventure Parc Snowdonia director and sister to Andy Ainscough, said: “2020 has highlighted how important wellness is to us all, so along with the facilities we’ve incorporated some incredible therapies and treatments including our hammam experience which will be a real treat for our guests.
“We can’t wait to welcome our first guests in March next year.”
The spa connects directly to the new 106-bedroom Hilton Garden Inn Snowdonia, set to be one of the largest hotels in North Wales, where guests will be able to enjoy high quality facilities and service.
The Wave Garden Spa will open its doors on March 26 2021.