Fairmont Windsor Park
The spa’s a destination in its own right. With a focus on health benefits that last beyond the massage couch. Assessment and wellness education are as much of a priority as in-the-moment wellbeing. Guests can book a consultation and receive a personalised wellness ‘pathway’.
Spa facilities are set over two floors and combine the relaxation elements of a luxury spa, with the expertise and approach of a medi-spa clinic, enabling guests to re-boot areas of their health and wellbeing and make lasting changes to their lives.
The spa blends luxury and serenity with more innovative and ‘out there’ treatments, including cryotherapy, where your body is briefly chilled-down in a -110-degree chamber. Devotees and Wim Hof wannabees claim that this uber-cool treatment triggers a range of benefits, ranging from improved sports prowess to migraine reduction.
Other spa facilities include: • 18 Treatment rooms – including a Dual Treatment Room • Hydrotherpy pool • 20m indoor pool • Steam Room • Experience showers • Hot tub • Hammam for up to 6 • Sauna • Salt room – overlooking the courtyard vitality pool • Japanese foot spa • Indoor and outdoor gym • Pool hoist • Beauty salon • Spa restaurant.
There’s also a spa clinic, offering assessments plus wellness and specialist treatments.
Launch treatments to include the following, with further details to follow once we’ve had chance to check the spa out for ourselves:
• Facials – including specialist facials for men and women • Massage – including bamboo massage • Traditional Cleansing Hammam Experiences • Ayurvedic Rituals • Vitamin Infusions • Colon Hydrotherapy • Dry Floatation • Osteopathy • Physiotherapy • Naturopathy • Nutritional Therapy • Acupuncture • Homeopathy
There are dedicated male spa treatments available, and the spa is Safe Hands for Cancer accredited
wining & dining
You’ll be spoilt for choice on the food and drink front with six restaurants and bars to choose from:
• 1215 is the fine dining option, overlooking the well-tended gardens. It specialises in British fare using locally grown, seasonal ingredients. • Moreish Restaurant serves traditional breakfasts to earlier birds, then a fusion of European and Middle Eastern food later in the day. • Greens Cafe – is the spa’s healthy restaurant, offering lighter bites
Bars include: • the smart 1215 bar for indulging in fine wines and Champagne. • the Library Club – the go-to option for cosy fireside cocktail • Schroder’s Botanicals bar, connected to Moreish, for fresh fruit smoothies and international gins • Finally, if afternoon tea’s more your thing, head to the Orchid Tea Room which also offers cocktails, gin and fizz.