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An £8m, 14 treatment room spa has opened in Chester, Cheshire.

The Club and Spa at Hoole Hall has been built in the grounds of the former 18th century Hoole Hall manor house, which is now operated as the Doubletree by Hilton Chester hotel.

The Grade II-listed 72-bedroom hotel is managed by Hilton and owned by Sanguine Hospitality.

Located in the hotel's walled garden, the spa will offer 14 treatment rooms, including two couple suites, a relaxation area, a 18m swimming pool, an experience pool and a plunge pool.

There will also be a Finnish sauna, steam room, rasul chamber, a hammam and a meditation room.

The spa's large fitness suite will include a gym, two dance studios and changing rooms.

The opening of the spa is part of a multi-phase £26.5m redevelopment of the property by Denizen Contracts and Falconer Chester Hall Architects.

Sara Sowden has been appointed as the new fitness manager at spa Sowden joins Hoole Hall from Old Hall Country Club in Chester, where she worked as a gym manager.

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An £8m, 14 treatment room spa opened has opened in Chester, Cheshire.
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