12 Jun 2018
New Thermal Area and Spa Pools open at Holmer Park Health Club & Spa
Holmer Park is delighted to announce that our brand new thermal area in the Pool Hall is now open.
The opening marks the completion of a year-long refurbishment project costing over half a million pounds, which has seen the expansion of the car park, state-of-the-art gym equipment and now the overhaul of the poolside thermal area.
As well as replacing two older spa pools with updated models, the new area boasts a feature shower, two foot spas, an ice fountain and new heated loungers. The work was undertaken by, Three Counties Pools and Spas, and Milk Leisure, a specialist spa and wellness company.
Club Manager Steven Chadwick said: “I am delighted to be able to add these new facilities, enhancing what is already a stunning pool hall. The experience shower has proved particularly popular and the Caribbean Rain feature is a new favourite among members and guests alike!
“The foot spas, ice fountain and new heated loungers are something that no other club in Hereford currently offers and we’re really proud to be able to have these facilities for our members. This £120k investment takes our refurbishments well in excess of £600k over the last 12 months. We are committed to continuing our improvements to ensure we have the best experience possible.”
Work on the new thermal area began in March this year, with members and guests being kept aware of the progress through the website and social media. Since being unveiled at the start of June, visitors have already been taking full advantage of these exclusive facilities.
Steven added: “I want to thank our members for their patience with any inconvenience caused during the work, but I really hope you enjoy using these new facilities.”
Why not come and give our new thermal area a try? To find out more about the full refurbishment, or to find out how to become a Holmer Park member, please call us on 01432 370 222 or fill out the form below.
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