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The Bannatyne Group has opened a £350,000 wellbeing spa in Broadstairs, Kent, UK.

The spa is the 31st in the Bannatyne Spa chain and is an extension to the existing Bannatyne's Health Club at Westwood Farm.

Open to members and non-members of the health club, the single-storey spa boasts four therapy rooms, a dual treatment room for couples and a relaxation room.

Treatments are supplied by Elemis and include lava shell massages, facials, detox regimes and Ionithermie, which helps battle cellulite.

Other amenities include a spray tan room, manicure and pedicure thrones and a ID Bare Escentuals mineral make up station.

Duncan Bannatyne, founder of Bannatyne Group, said: "I am very pleased to add Broadstairs to my UK group of spas and offer local people with a more complete experience of exercise, wellbeing, personal beauty and relaxation.

"In line with all my existing health clubs and spas, the Broadstairs spa will provide a high quality service and experience for every visitor, offering the latest treatments and using leading luxury product ranges."

"We are operating in a competitive market place, but health and wellbeing remain top of the agenda for many people and our spas and health clubs continue to trade well."

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The Bannatyne Group has opened a £350,000 wellbeing spa in Broadstairs, Kent, UK.
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