New spa opens at Bath boutique hotel No 15 Great Pulteney
A new spa has opened at boutique hotel No 15 Great Pulteney in Bath in the UK, featuring four treatment rooms.
In addition to the four treatment rooms, the also comprises a cedar wood hot tub, a barrel- shaped sauna, a steam room and a relaxation room with a fire.
Each of the four treatment rooms have been designed in accordance with a specific theme, featuring work by different local artists and in keeping with the hotel’s quirky design ethos.
The Tapestry Room been designed as a welcoming and cocooning space, with the walls adorned by tapestries by Emma Nicole Straw. The tapestries come in a range of colours, from orange, russet and red, to yellow, purple and deep blue.
The Sock Room is decorated with a variety of knitted socks, together comprising Akane Ono’s Sock Diary. Inspired by daily events in the artist’s life, each “sock story” is accompanied by a handwritten tag.
The Coral Room has a mixed media coral reef installation by Deborah Kolumbus, aiming to “emulate the sense of being under the sea”.
The final treatment room, the Pottery Room, has sculptures by Chantelle Raybould, ceramic plates and sculptures by Bethany Walmsley and porcelain sculptures by Ying Sheung Wong.
The spa is working with natural British skincare brand Ila and results-focused Spanish brand Natura Bissé. Treatment options include facials, hot stone massages, detoxifying body scrubs, reflexology, body wraps, and more.
The spa’s two signature treatments are Ila’s Inner Peace treatment and the Time Out experience by Natura Bissé. The former was created to nurture and rebalance body and soul, while the latter aims to soothe and restore tired and aching muscles.