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The spa that was named the UK’s Best Luxury Destination Spa in 2017 in the World Luxury Spa Awards has unveiled itself following an extensive makeover.

Titanic Spa in Yorkshire has upgraded its interior materials, colours and furnishings, with vinyl real stone walls, blue grass green flooring and black chiffon grey furnishings.

Working with Oldham-based designer Dawnvale, the spa has also opened its new Bar 1911, a bistro “practical for the spa environment”.

Other additions to the spa include a mud chamber, with walk-in showers, calm lighting and seating.

Titanic Spa has also refurbished its 34 luxury apartments over the last 18 months with Emma Kay and Co in Ripponden.

Warrick Burton, managing director of Titanic Spa, said that “aesthetics and comfort are vital” to the spa experience so “it’s crucial” to invest in this area.

“What has been a challenge is carrying out the refurbishment without impacting the guest experience,” he added.

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The spa that was named the UK’s Best Luxury Destination Spa in 2017 in the World Luxury Spa Awards has unveiled itself following an extensive makeover.
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