Pure Spa & Beauty to open first spa outside Scotland
Scottish salon group Pure Spa & Beauty is opening its first site outside of Scotland at the Apex City of London Hotel in September.
The spa will feature five treatment rooms, an infra-red sauna, manicure and pedicure bar, spray tan booth, relaxation area and retail space, and will be open to hotel guests as well as locals working or living in the area.
The menu will include Elemis Facials and massages, as well as waxing, manicure and pedicure treatments.
Becky Woodhouse, chief executive at Pure Spa & Beauty, said: “We’re looking forward to adding another spa to our existing seven across the UK. It’s a wonderful opportunity to work at a brand-new spa facility right in the heart of London – providing a sense of calm to guests in the middle of a bustling, buzzing city.”
The spa is part of a £1.5m refurbishment taking place at the London hotel and is Apex’s second partnership with Pure Spa & Beauty – the award-winning brand already provides treatments at Apex Waterloo Place Hotel in Edinburgh.
Brian Tapson, general manager of Apex City of London Hotel, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing a new spa facility to the capital as part of our refurbishment. Our guests – and locals – [will] benefit from having access to a relaxing space and some of the best treatments available.”
The spa is currently looking for a spa manager and therapists to the join the team. Find out more here.
The Pure Spa & Beauty group has seven spas and salons in Scotland, the most recent opening being the Cults, Aberdeen, site, which opened in May.
Apex Hotels operates nine hotels in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee, with a tenth opening in Bath in August.
Images: top – Pure Spa & Beauty relaxation room; bottom – Apex City of London Hotel