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Six Senses to conquer Great Wall of China?
19 Oct 2004
Spa and resort operator Six Senses is in negotiations to establish a luxury spa near the Great Wall of China in order to tap into the country's lucrative health tourism market.
Luxury spa opens at Nutfield Priory
06 Oct 2004
The Nutfield Priory country house hotel in Surrey, England, has opened its exclusive, crystal-themed spa facility this week.
LCBT to receive direct funding for further education
06 Oct 2004
The London College of Beauty Therapy (LCBT) has announced it is to be directly funded for further education and, as part of its continued curriculum expansion, has launched a series of new health and beauty qualifications.
New site for Zen Lifestyle spa
05 Oct 2004
Zen Lifestyle spa in Edinburgh, Scotland, is to open a new site in the city at Teviot Place in late October.
Latest Bath Spa problem creates headache for architects
05 Oct 2004
Grimshaw, the architectural group that designed the much-delayed £36m Bath Thermae Spa project in the UK, has angrily refuted claims that it is responsible for the latest problems to beset the site.
Amida Twickenham launches day spa membership scheme
05 Oct 2004
Amida Racquets and Fitness Spa in Twickenham, UK, has launched a range of day spa memberships to encourage its current day spa guests to use the facilities regularly throughout the year.
Disability Discrimination Act comes into force
01 Oct 2004
The third phase of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) came into force today and means the UK’s 10 million disabled people now have greater rights on the high street and in the workplace.
Millbrook resort to reopen spa
30 Sep 2004
Millbrook Resort in Queenstown, New Zealand, will boast the largest spa facility in the country when it reopens the Spa at Millbrook next month (October).
Vineyard adds spa to South African retreat
28 Sep 2004
The Vineyard Hotel near Cape Town, South Africa, will add a spa to its facilities for the busy winter season.
Japanese spas in hot water over tap claims
16 Sep 2004
The Japanese spa industry is recovering from revelations that the water at many of the country’s most celebrated onsen – or Japanese hot spas – is in fact nothing more than warmed up tap water.
Four Seasons launches Cairo spa
16 Sep 2004
Cairo’s largest spa, the Daniela Steiner Spa and Wellness Centre, opened at the Four Seasons at Nile Plaza hotel in Egypt last month.
Marriott to manage Doral spa resort in Miami
06 Sep 2004
Marriott International announced it has obtained the management contract of the Doral Golf Resort & Spa in Miami, Florida.
Soneva Fushi reveals new retreat packages
02 Sep 2004
The Six Senses spa at the Soneva Fushi resort in the Maldives is offering three, week-long retreat packages this autumn, all led by celebrity therapists.
Indian Ayurvedic spa brand plans move into Europe
19 Aug 2004
Sansha Ayurveda, the Indian Ayurvedic health spa operator, is looking for partners to introduce the brand to existing spas and health facilities throughout Europe.
Irish tourism grant to boost spa
10 Aug 2004
A privately-owned spa situated outside Moate in Ireland has been awarded over 700,000 euros in grant aid under Failte Ireland’s Tourism Product Development Scheme.
Sienna Spa opens at Radisson Edwardian
10 Aug 2004
The Radisson Edwardian hotel at the former Free Trade Hall site in Manchester has launched its luxury spa and health club.
PGA Spa planned for Laterra resort in Florida
27 Jul 2004
A new 9,000sq ft spa is planned as part of the Laterra residential development at Florida’s World Golf Village in the US.
Coastal convent to become luxury resort spa
27 Jul 2004
UK-based architects, Reardon Smith, have secured all statutory approvals to turn a 15th century Italian convent into a luxury resort spa.
New tonic for gentlemen to open in Mayfair
13 Jul 2004
A luxury new male grooming establishment is due to open in London’s Mayfair this September.
Sothys Institute launches dedicated male facility
13 Jul 2004
Sothys' flagship beauty salon in Paris, the Sothys Institute, has expanded its facilities and services to open a dedicated area for its male clientele.
     
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8202 to 8222 of 8269 news stories
Six Senses to conquer Great Wall of China?
19 Oct 2004
Spa and resort operator Six Senses is in negotiations to establish a luxury spa near the Great Wall of China in order to tap into the country's lucrative health tourism market.
Luxury spa opens at Nutfield Priory
06 Oct 2004
The Nutfield Priory country house hotel in Surrey, England, has opened its exclusive, crystal-themed spa facility this week.
LCBT to receive direct funding for further education
06 Oct 2004
The London College of Beauty Therapy (LCBT) has announced it is to be directly funded for further education and, as part of its continued curriculum expansion, has launched a series of new health and beauty qualifications.
New site for Zen Lifestyle spa
05 Oct 2004
Zen Lifestyle spa in Edinburgh, Scotland, is to open a new site in the city at Teviot Place in late October.
Latest Bath Spa problem creates headache for architects
05 Oct 2004
Grimshaw, the architectural group that designed the much-delayed £36m Bath Thermae Spa project in the UK, has angrily refuted claims that it is responsible for the latest problems to beset the site.
Amida Twickenham launches day spa membership scheme
05 Oct 2004
Amida Racquets and Fitness Spa in Twickenham, UK, has launched a range of day spa memberships to encourage its current day spa guests to use the facilities regularly throughout the year.
Disability Discrimination Act comes into force
01 Oct 2004
The third phase of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) came into force today and means the UK’s 10 million disabled people now have greater rights on the high street and in the workplace.
Millbrook resort to reopen spa
30 Sep 2004
Millbrook Resort in Queenstown, New Zealand, will boast the largest spa facility in the country when it reopens the Spa at Millbrook next month (October).
Vineyard adds spa to South African retreat
28 Sep 2004
The Vineyard Hotel near Cape Town, South Africa, will add a spa to its facilities for the busy winter season.
Japanese spas in hot water over tap claims
16 Sep 2004
The Japanese spa industry is recovering from revelations that the water at many of the country’s most celebrated onsen – or Japanese hot spas – is in fact nothing more than warmed up tap water.
Four Seasons launches Cairo spa
16 Sep 2004
Cairo’s largest spa, the Daniela Steiner Spa and Wellness Centre, opened at the Four Seasons at Nile Plaza hotel in Egypt last month.
Marriott to manage Doral spa resort in Miami
06 Sep 2004
Marriott International announced it has obtained the management contract of the Doral Golf Resort & Spa in Miami, Florida.
Soneva Fushi reveals new retreat packages
02 Sep 2004
The Six Senses spa at the Soneva Fushi resort in the Maldives is offering three, week-long retreat packages this autumn, all led by celebrity therapists.
Indian Ayurvedic spa brand plans move into Europe
19 Aug 2004
Sansha Ayurveda, the Indian Ayurvedic health spa operator, is looking for partners to introduce the brand to existing spas and health facilities throughout Europe.
Irish tourism grant to boost spa
10 Aug 2004
A privately-owned spa situated outside Moate in Ireland has been awarded over 700,000 euros in grant aid under Failte Ireland’s Tourism Product Development Scheme.
Sienna Spa opens at Radisson Edwardian
10 Aug 2004
The Radisson Edwardian hotel at the former Free Trade Hall site in Manchester has launched its luxury spa and health club.
PGA Spa planned for Laterra resort in Florida
27 Jul 2004
A new 9,000sq ft spa is planned as part of the Laterra residential development at Florida’s World Golf Village in the US.
Coastal convent to become luxury resort spa
27 Jul 2004
UK-based architects, Reardon Smith, have secured all statutory approvals to turn a 15th century Italian convent into a luxury resort spa.
New tonic for gentlemen to open in Mayfair
13 Jul 2004
A luxury new male grooming establishment is due to open in London’s Mayfair this September.
Sothys Institute launches dedicated male facility
13 Jul 2004
Sothys' flagship beauty salon in Paris, the Sothys Institute, has expanded its facilities and services to open a dedicated area for its male clientele.
     
 


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