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The wellness facilities at the Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village in Lancashire, UK, are set to undergo expansion – with plans for a brand new wellness centre.

Planning permission was granted by Fylde Borough Council for the £0.5m (US$791,000, €635,000) revamp, which will include improved spa and relaxation areas and a new range of wellness therapies.

The spa hotel, which initially opened in 2011, originally cost £6m (US$9.5m, €7m) – but the reinvestment in the extension is expected to transform what is already on offer.

The existing spa features a thermal zone with an aroma room, aroma steamroom, saunarium, balinese salt inhalation room, herbal sauna and pedidarium – foot spa. There is also an outdoor rustic sauna, tepidarium, ice fountain, plunge bucket, rope shower and monsoon experience showers, in addition to a hydrotherapy pool and outdoor whirlpool. The facility also has a Rasul mud chamber.

The treatments are by British skincare brand Elemis, and other brands at the spa include NEOM, OPI, LDN Skins, Mii and Lets Go Lashes.

The hotel, staffed by 105 employees, will remain open throughout the renovation.

“This year, we’re expecting visitor numbers to the spa alone to reach 60,000,” said Carole Pilling, senior accommodation manager for Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall.

Currently enjoying occupancy rates of 86 per cent, other additions to the hotel’s offerings include a gourmet restaurant called The Orangery – which will be open to diners, day visitors and also overnight guests. It will be able to seat up to 60 diners and will have views across the property's landscaped grounds.

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