A look at the new £15 million Champneys Spa at Mottram Hall
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The renowned spa is moving to Mottram Hall with a £15million investment
The first Champneys Spa in the north of England opens this month at Mottram Hall in Cheshire. A cool £15million has been invested by Champneys to modernise the Cheshire estate while retaining the buildings’ original charm, with £9.5 million invested solely in the spa. A spa pioneer since 1925, Champneys has helped guests rest and re-energise for generations. Robed and relaxed, Champneys creates moments of calm for its clients — it’s what it does best. At Champneys, wellness is a way of life. The brand is driven by the belief that lasting beauty is more than just skin deep. Past present, and future, it’s all about the nourishment of the mind, body and soul. Starting out 95 years ago as the extraordinary vision of one eccentric Latvian massage pioneer, Champneys now stands as the go-to spa
At Champneys Mottram Hall, both spa day and overnight guests will be invited to use the state-of-the-art facilities and indulge in treatments at their leisure. Clarins and Elemis will feature alongside the Champneys range of spa treatments and products. SmartSoft eco towels adorn 15 tranquil treatment rooms, and the beauty lounge, which offers manicures, pedicures and make-up, as well as the UK’s first Champneys barbershop. Guests will enjoy nutritious dining in the Spa Restaurant and Spa Café, both with panoramic countryside views. There is a 20m swimming pool, thermal experiences, private poolside cabanas, technogym and panoramic spin studio, designed by leading architects Darling Associates and interior designer Beverley Bayes of Sparc Studios.
Mottram Hall’s opulent transformation befits its high-profile clientele, making it one of Cheshire’s most stylish hotels, and the Champneys spa to be seen in. Bookings are now being taking for spa days and stays and a small number of new club memberships are also available.
Mottram Hall has a long-standing reputation for its award-winning golf, as a wedding venue with a forte for special occasions, its unspoiled views and culinary excellence. From casual comfort food in the golf clubhouse, The Claret Jug, to fine dining in the Carrington Grill restaurant and scrumptious afternoon tea in the newly refurbished Garden Lounge, there’s no better place to celebrate in style than in the heart of Cheshire Hall. Just seven miles from Manchester airport, with a luxury stay and transfer service available, the venue is in prime position to host faraway guests and those who want to unwind pre- or post-flight.
To give guests peace of mind, staff have undergone increased hygiene and safety workplace training and Mottram Hall has invested in the latest technology such as ozone water and fogging machines, for the housekeeping teams.
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From grand interiors playing host to the Real Housewives of Cheshire to Premiership footballers teeing off on the golf course and Spice Girls popping in for birthday celebrations, Mottram Hall is the cosmopolitan playground of Cheshire’s most stylish.