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Sanctuary Spa in Covent Garden, London is to cease operation after 36 years in business on 31 May next year.

The closure of the ladies-only day spa follows a decision to close three Sanctuary high-street boutique spas in July.

The Floral Street retail store adjacent to the Covent Garden spa will also cease trading in September 2014.

The PZ Cussons group, which owns The Sanctuary, said that one of the factor in the decision to shut the Covent Garden spa is that more and more day spa guests are choosing to spa at home.

Catherine Ferma, Sanctuary Spa Director, said: “We have taken the difficult decision to close the Sanctuary Spa in Covent Garden. This decision has been based on a number of factors including the current redevelopment of Covent Garden which will turn it into the epicentre of theatre world, restaurant and retail and the rising costs associated with being in a listed building.

Ferma said that development of the product range will be a key focus for the brand moving forward.

“As the trend towards spa-ing at home is growing, our Sanctuary Spa product business is thriving. We are launching the Sanctuary Spa products in new markets globally.”

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Sanctuary Spa in Covent Garden, London is to cease operation after 36 years in business on 31 May next year.
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