From: Selected Treats,
When it comes to signs of affection, sharing some quality time with your partner makes more of a statement than an elaborate card and some cheap last minute chocs. To really show you care, give the gift of a day spent together this Valentine’s by utilising Wahanda’s brand new real time booking service.
It may still be fresh out of its shiny site wrapping, but our list of bookable overnight spa breaks is growing by the day - and even if you've left it to the last minute, the process is super simple:
All that’s left to do then is enjoy your romantic getaway! To help you choose between the sumptuous spas on offer, we’ve put together a couple of our top overnight stays as part of a loved up list...
For a Turkish treat, look no further than a trip to Pasha Hotel in Camberwell, London. Situated in the south of the city, this hotel haven promises to remove you from the hustle and bustle of urban living and lavish you with luxury. From £69.50 per person, including double room accommodation, set menu dinner with wine and then breakfast before you head on your way, this break is bound to brighten up your February 14th and beyond.
If you think you’d prefer a short stay in leafy Surrey, then why not ramp up the romance factor by whisking your beloved away to Grayshott Spa. From £185 per person, you can snap up an overnight stay (which includes Standard Double Room accommodation, all meals from the dinner on the day of arrival to the lunch on the day of departure, evening canapés and cocktails, a treatment of choice(*) for each guest and full use of the spa facilities) and cosily relax to the max.
(*)from the following: Grayshott Refresher Facial, Olive Stone Scrub, Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage.
Head to The New Leaf Spa at Clumber Park Hotel & Spa this Valentine’s Day for a blissful break in the heart of Sherwood Forest. Available from £129 per person, the romantic package includes an overnight stay in a Superior Double, a four-course dinner in the restaurant on night of arrival, breakfast the following morning, the choice of one treatment(*) each plus full use of the spa facilities. The beautiful venue is also a stone’s throw away from National Trust's Clumber Park, a tranquil enclave of natural beauty.
(*)from the following: Mini Manicure, Mini Pedicure, Rejuvenating Facial , Back Massage.
Enjoy chocolate and champagne at the fantastic MalvernSpa in peaceful Worcestershire. A two night indulgent Valentine’s break will set you back from £169 per person and will include an overnight stay in a Double or Twin Room, dinner for one night, breakfast both mornings, a box of chocolates and bottle of champagne on arrival, the choice of either an Express Facial (30 minutes) or Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage (30 minutes) each and full use of the spa facilities. Test out the intriguingly named Fire and ice experience, chill out together in the post-treatment relaxation suite, or simply retire to your room...
Sleek, seductive and complete with strawberries, the one night Valentine’s Day package at the Radisson Blu Hotel Leeds is sure to set your heart a-flutter. A half-bottle of champagne accompanies the fruity nibbles served on your arrival, followed by an overnight stay in a luxurious Business Class Double. From £84.50 per person, you will enjoy a three-course romantic dinner in the restaurant, breakfast buffet he next morning and full use of the health club facilities (including Jacuzzi and steam room).
And for all you lovelies who are not loved up, remember that February 14th marks Wahanda’s third birthday (we know, doesn’t time fly?). Consider yourself invited to join in the festivities and get ready to get down with a pre-party package at Scin. Once you’ve been preened, simply slip on a slinky little number, whip out the bunting and keep an eye on the site for some sneaky celebratory goings on.
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