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Fairmont Windsor Park will open in Q2 with two-floor luxury spa retreat directed by Lisa Barden

The vision for the spa is to create an authentic wellness space that bridges the gap between a traditional pampering spa and a wellbeing clinic
– Lisa Barden

In Q2 2021, Fairmont will open its third luxury UK property with a comprehensive spa and wellbeing haven, inspired by total-body rejuvenation.

Over £140m (US$192m, €158.2m) has been invested into Fairmont Windsor Park and its two-floor 2,500sq m wellness facility, designed to cater to a host of guests’ spa, wellbeing, fitness and aesthetic needs.

The 200-room countryside retreat is located near the historic Windsor Castle and is the product of collaboration between hotel group Accor and private property development company Arora Group.

The vision for the spa is to create an authentic wellness space that bridges the gap between a traditional pampering spa and a wellbeing clinic.

It will feature 18 treatment rooms, including three for couples, plus a VIP Spa Suite with a rasul, hot tub, private dining area and dressing room.

Guests can also expect a dry flotation room, hammam, Himalayan salt relaxation room, cryotherapy chamber, IV infusion space, complementary therapy room and colon hydrotherapy suite, topped off with an outdoor courtyard featuring a hydrotherapy space and fire pit.

Additional wellness facilities will include light and deep relaxation rooms, a Japanese foot bath, sauna, steamroom, ice fountain, pool and Jacuzzi.

The spa will be directed by Lisa Barden, Arora’s spa and wellness director, consultant and former UK Spa Association chair.

“We’re particularly excited about bringing a Japanese Ashiyu foot bath to the spa, as it’s a thermal experience open to all, even those living with life-limiting conditions such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease,” she enthused.

The spa menu will offer multiple therapies including massages, facials, restoring rituals, energy work and life-limiting condition care and brand partners will be announced later this month.

A differentiating component will be the facility's aesthetics clinic, providing a GP service, advanced aesthetic treatments, five treatment rooms, healing and wellbeing assessment solutions, 4D body-scanning and a vitamin infusion suite.

Wet area specialist Barr + Wray is conducting the spa's entire thermal and wet area fit-out and according to Barden, has been instrumental in bringing the vision for the spa to life.

Grove Developments are responsible for the build and Arora’s in-house team is overseeing interior design.

The spa will also cater to fitness enthusiasts and launch with a group spinning studio, PT, physio, naturopath and osteopath services, TechnoGym wellness suite, mind body and yoga studio and reformer Pilates studio.

The extensive offering will be completed with a wellness cafe, spa boutique, barbershop, hair salon and finishing studio for make-up services.

Fairmont Windsor Park Wellness Spa will welcome both day and hotel guests, but also operate with an optional membership service including exclusive perks and events.

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In Q2 2021, Fairmont will open its third luxury UK property with a comprehensive spa and wellbeing haven, inspired by total-body rejuvenation.
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The vision for the spa is to create an authentic wellness space that bridges the gap between a traditional pampering spa and a wellbeing clinic.

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The spa will be directed by Lisa Barden, Arora’s spa and wellness director, consultant and former UK Spa Association chair.

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