Spa By Kasia // review

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

At the beginning of August, my friends and I booked a weekend away in Chester for Almu's Hens night. We arrived by train on Saturday morning decided to share a taxi - 10 minutes away was the Spa by Kasia within The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel

We were given a short tour and were talked through the plan for the day before we were taken to the changing rooms where we received a luxurious purple fluffy gown, towels and slippers. We were so excited and couldn't wait to check out all of the spa facilities, especially the swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. The spa also offered full use of their gym and tennis court while we stayed but we decided that it was going to be a very quiet and relaxing day instead!

The swimming pool was very nice - it was heated, clean and beautifully decorated. We spent almost 2 hours swimming, relaxing in the sauna/jacuzzi and reading magazines before heading off to our treatments.

We received a complimentary smoothie before our treatments and had the opportunity to walk around and enjoy the sunshine in the Asian gardens. There was a small Koi Carp pond, a beautiful waterfall, an Asian Tea House and an outdoor dining area.

The waiting room was absolutely amazing. It was decorated in an Arabian style, had very dim lighting and had a quite loud (but still relaxing) indoor waterfall. It made me so comfortable before my Elemis Taster Facial and Deep Tissue Back Massage. I had never heard of Elemis and their skin care products so I didn't really know what to expect. Two of my friends got a bit of a rash from the products that were used, so I was happy to find that I didn't have any allergic reaction, sensitivity or redness on my skin afterwards!

After our treatments we headed out for dinner. I went for a spicy pork with salad and for dessert I went full on and picked a caramel sundae.

We finished our spa day at 5pm and continued our evening in Chester, where we stayed for the night. We'd almost booked a room at The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel but as we had planned to go out for drinks and food, we decided it would be more convenient to rent a whole house for two nights. 

The next morning we spent a whole day walking around Chester. I've been to Chester once before but I didn't remember much of it the first time - I will post some pictures another time!

After visiting Spa By Kasia, I've decided that I need more breaks like this. I had never had a spa break in England before, so it was a great place to start my experience. If anyone knows of any other beautiful and relaxing spas around the North West of England, please let me know! I would love to go and spend another quiet weekend away!

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