NEW LUXURY INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPA AND HEATED KIDS SPLASH ZONE FOR DAVID LLOYD CAMBRIDGE AS CLUB RECEIVES SIGNIFICANT £3.5 MILLION REFURBISHMENT
15th August 2019
• New luxury Spa Retreat with nine stunning feature rooms
• New tranquil outdoor spa garden with fire pit
• New heated kids splash zone
• Refurbished indoor pool
• Fully refurbished changing rooms and showers
• Improved parking facilities
• All work to be completed by December 2019
David Lloyd Cambridge is to receive a new luxury Spa Retreat featuring an indoor spa with nine stunning rooms and outdoor garden complete with fire pit, sauna cabin and hydropool. In addition, as part of a significant £3.5m investment programme, the club will offer a heated children’s splash zone to keep the younger members happy. It will firmly position the club as one of the country’s leading heath, spa, fitness and racquets clubs, offering unrivalled facilities to members achieve their health and fitness goals, as well as socialise and relaxing with friends and family.
The ambitious project by Europe’s leading health, sports and leisure group will see the indoor pool facilities being revamped and the changing rooms and shower areas being fully refurbished for an enhanced experience both before and after a workout.
Set within the club, but a world away from anywhere, the luxury Spa Retreat is set to be a key destination for members to melt away stress
The Spa Retreat offers a wide variety of heat therapies and cooling down treatments. Heat, cool and relax are the three guiding principles of the expertly designed ‘spa journey’ offered at the Spa Retreat, scientifically designed to boost overall wellness and help relax, unwind and escape.
Crystal steam room
The pure Amethyst crystal has a powerful healing energy. When combined with essential oils, it eliminates toxins, opens the pores and relieves tension. The humidity relaxes muscles, moisturises skin, reduces joint and limb pain.
Citrus steam room
Infused with citrus oils to improve skins, support immune and digestive systems this experience helps fight infections and boost energy.
Himalayan salt sauna
Salt improves both health and mood, reduces headaches and aids better sleep patterns. It can also minimise mucus and inflammation in the lungs and improve respiratory conditions such as allergies, asthma and sinus congestion. The dry heat eases joint and muscle pain, boosts the immune system and detoxes the system. It also helps circulation by raising the heart rate.
Used in rotation with the heat rooms, rubbing the skin with ice flakes improves circulation, relaxes muscles and reduces pain and inflammation post-workout.
Rainforest drench & peppermint aromatherapy showers
This is a luxurious way to cool down. The experience uses different water effects combined with music and lighting to create an unforgettable sensation that flushes out toxins, improves skin and tone. The showers are also infused with aromatherapy oils to help promote feelings of contentment.
Immersing in cold water between heat treatments can help soothe tired muscles after exercising, improve your immune system and boost circulation.
The Spa Retreat also includes an extensive new outdoor leafy garden area complete with a spa pool, external sauna cabin with feature shower and landscaped seating area with a cosy fire pit and loungers. It provides the perfect location for members to rest both their mind and body.
Indoor and outdoor hydrotherapy pools to gently massage and relax the body.
Lavender sleep room
This is a special area furnished with relaxing sleep pods, to help aid vital downtime and rejuvenation.
Another exciting addition to the club is a new children’s heated splash zone, one of very few in the area, available for families looking to have fun and make the most of quality time at the club.
It’s not just fitness enthusiasts who will be able to enjoy the space as it’s also the perfect destination to escape a busy lifestyle.
Other improvements at the club include upgraded changing facilities and locker rooms as well as more car parking facilities to make every visit even more enjoyable.
David Lloyd Cambridge General Manager, Matthew Lunn said, “We’re looking forward to being able to unveil this incredible offering to members who use our facilities. The addition of both the nine room Spa Retreat with a garden plus the children’s heated splash zone, will firmly position the club as not just a health and fitness destination but somewhere for all the family to spend the whole day.“
In addition to the new and refurbished facilities, David Lloyd Cambridge offers DL Kids facilities with over 30 hours of inclusive junior sessions each week, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, a restaurant and café bar, crèche and free members Wi-Fi.
For further information, please visit www.davidlloyd.co.uk/club-finder/Cambridge
About David Lloyd Leisure Group
The David Lloyd Leisure Group has 114 clubs - 99 clubs in the UK and a further 15 clubs across Europe, comprising its two brands David Lloyd Clubs and Harbour Clubs (of which there are three - Chelsea, Notting Hill and Kensington).
It has over 600,000 members and employs around 8100 people. This includes an expert health and fitness team of over 2000 while it contracts the services of more than 680 tennis professionals.
Across all clubs, David Lloyd Leisure has over 190 swimming pools (of which half are indoor) and offers over 13,000 exercise classes per week. Every week over 25,000 children learn to swim at David Lloyd Leisure, 16000 children learn to play in the Tennis All Stars Coaching Programme.
David Lloyd Club’s racquets facilities are unparalleled with over 1080 tennis courts as well as over 400 badminton and squash courts. Additional facilities include health and beauty spas, club lounges with free internet access, crèches, nurseries and specialist sports shops.
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