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Cotswold venue splashes out £100k on spa face lift

Upmarket De Vere Cotswold Water Park has revealed the extent of its investment in the refurbishment of its Spa6 - including a complete transformation of the gym.

Described as being "part of De Vere's collection of historic mansion house estates and distinctive contemporary hotels and event destinations" the business has invested £100,000 in its facilities.

According to the group its renovation has also included the reception area and changing rooms at the exclusive waterside venue.

It has also left the Spa6 gym with a suite of new state-of-the-art Technogym equipment, including skill-rowing machines, skill-bikes, full body resistance machines and a free weight area.

Louise Tunsich, director of Spa at De Vere Cotswold Water Park said: "The new equipment and enhanced look and feel of the Spa6 space will allow us to continue to deliver a high-end guest experience for our members and guests and gives us a real edge in our competitive set."

The spa features a 11m hydro-pool, heated loungers, a steam room, sauna, crushed ice fountain and nine treatment rooms, where guests can experience a range of treatments including body massages and wraps, facials, beauty treatments and men's grooming and signature treatments.

In November, the spa also launched a collaboration with JustBe Botanicals to offer guests bespoke treatments and products.

De Vere Cotswold Water Park is located on Lake 6, among the 152 lakes that make up the Cotswold Water Park area.

The contemporary hotel has also recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, which has seen the renovation of its family apartments and luxury bedrooms, The Old Boathouse Restaurant & Bar, reception and lobby areas and introduction of The Muddy Duck Café.

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