Eden Hotel Collection to invest £6m for spa at Mallory Court

27 October 2015 by
Eden Hotel Collection to invest £6m for spa at Mallory Court

Work has begun on a luxury spa in the grounds of Mallory Court hotel in Royal Leamington Spa, following a £6m investment from the Eden Hotel Collection.

The project will be the first full-scale spa development that the group has undertaken. It is working in partnership with Spa Creators and NH Interiors on the build.

Eden Hotel Collection, which currently runs Elan Spas at three of its eight properties, aims to create a destination spa for Warwickshire, attracting visitors from across the UK as well as the local community.

Elan Spa at Mallory Court will be in-keeping with the design of the listed building and the extension work which has been undertaken by Eden over the years. It is expected to open at the end of 2016.

The Eden Hotel Collection comprises eight luxury hotels, restaurants and spas. They are Mallory Court, Leamington Spa; Buckland Tout-Saints hotel, Devon; the Kings hotel, Cotswolds; the Arden hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon; Brockencote Hall hotel, Worcestershire; the Greenway hotel and spa, Cheltenham; the Mount Somerset hotel and spa, Somerset and Bovey Castle, Dartmoor.

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