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Belton Woods Hotel celebrates £1m investment

The Spa development at Belton Woods
The Spa development at Belton Woods

A major investment in facilities at the four star Belton Woods Hotel has just been completed.

Owners QHotels invited Mayor of Grantham, Councilor Linda Wootten, to perform the official opening of the £1 million extension and redevelopment. She joined general manager, Seamus Coen, at a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Spa development at Belton Woods Hotel
Spa development at Belton Woods Hotel

The hotel has undertaken a £350,000 refurbishment of the health and spa facilities, to cater specifically for residential, day spa and leisure visitors’ beauty and wellbeing.

The new spa offers two new treatment rooms, adding to the existing six, with a new state-of-the-art relaxation suite, new dance studio and exclusive spa café.

QHotels say the new facilities will allowing spa guests the opportunity to relax in comfort and privacy of their robes and towels whilst dining. And they say the addition of a dedicated spa reception, waiting room and new changing facilities for both male and female spa guests creates a fluid journey throughout the spa.

QHotels have committed a further £800,000 investment into the hotel’s residential facilities. This includes £35,000 on the upgrade of the tennis courts and leisure facilities plus £14,000 on modern patio furniture for leisure guests and a further £10,000 on the modernisation of the restaurant and bar area.

The official opening
The official opening

Mr Coen said: “Wellness is very much on the agenda at Belton Woods and we’re pleased that this investment will enable more of our guests to enjoy the experiences as well as providing our membership enhanced facilities.”

He said that following the growing demand for spa and wellness, the investment will see the health club and spa area undergo a full upgrade and spa extension.


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