Macdonald Hotels & Resorts to spend £2m on upgrades to spa and wellbeing facilities
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Privately owned Scottish hotel group, Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, have announced a £2m investment programme designed to improve selected wellbeing facilities across their nationwide hotels.

Around £1.4m (US$2.3m €1.6m) of the Q2 investment scheme will be spent on upgrading and extending the Vital Health & Wellbeing Club at the four-star Macdonald Craxton Wood Hotel in Chester.

The refurbishment will consist of an 18m swimming pool, sauna, steam room, 12 spa treatment rooms plus a full thermal suite.

The thermal suite will include an aroma steamroom, rock sauna, ice fountain, experience shower, two foot spas, a salt infusion room, Rasul mud therapy, dark and light relaxation areas, a Zen garden and a café.

“Our spa and wellbeing facilities have become an integral part of the Macdonald Hotels & Resorts brand and one which our guests are becoming increasingly more knowledgeable about,” said Jeanette Jones, managing director of leisure & spa.

“Whether our guest is a resident, day spa visitor or leisure club member, we want to make sure they have the appropriate level of services and facilities available to them to achieve their own health, fitness and wellbeing goals.”

Additionally, eight of the 45 nationwide resorts owned by Macdonald will have Technogym equipment installed, worth £450,000.

A further £240,000 will be spent on a full refit of the leisure and spa changing rooms at the Macdonald Holyrood Hotel and changing facilities at the Macdonald Houstoun Hotel will be updated.

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Privately owned Scottish hotel group, Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, have announced a £2m investment programme designed to improve selected wellbeing facilities across their nationwide hotels.
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