The Forum Spa reviewed
The Foum Spa is located at The Celtic Manor Resort, a world-class destination with exceptional golf and leisure facilities, offering informal luxury and seamless service. It is set in 1400 acres of panoramic parkland in the beautiful Usk Valley.
Celtic Manor Resort and golf
Few European resorts have such a complete range of facilities as The Celtic Manor Resort, venue for the 2010 Ryder Cup and home of The Celtic Manor Wales Open. These include two hotels - a five star 330 room Resort Hotel with 32 suite bedrooms and an historic 19th century Manor House with 70 bedrooms. It also features a state of the art Convention Centre and Exhibition Hall, 31 function rooms, 4 restaurants, championship golf courses, a world-class Golf Academy, The Lodge - a superb golf clubhouse, 2 health clubs, 2 luxurious spas, tennis, shooting, mountain biking and walking trails.
The Forum Spa
The Forum Spa aims to help you capture the therapeutic energy inherent in the treatments The Forum Spa offer. Whether your focus is on facial, body or sensory indulgence, we will take you on a journey through your senses of well being, offering you the finest spa treatments and the most contemporary therapies available. Many are universal to both men and women. Feel rejuvenated, restored, and relieved of all stress!
The 16 beautifully appointed treatment rooms are designed to welcome and relax guests, with soft ambient lighting, aromatic scents and luxurious electronic therapy couches. They ensure total privacy, each has an integral shower and guests are supplied with towels, robes and slippers. Some of the rooms have been specially equipped by the product houses for use in specific treatments and therapies.
Choose from The Forum Spa's wide selection of therapies, massages, holistic treatments and more. If you want to try something truly unique, why not treat yourself to a Rasul Mud Ritual - an Oriental skin exfoliation using Dead Sea mineral muds. The treatment involves up to four people at a time sitting on heated mosaic seats under 800 'stars' in the roof of a ceramic heated chamber. Shots of steam pass through a bed of dried herbs, gradually increasing the humidity and temperature of the chamber. The mud is finally removed by a tropical 'rainshower'.
Other signature treatments include water therapies such as Dry Floatation and Hydrotherapy, designed to stimulate your body and sense of personal well-being.
Celtic Manor Resort
(Forum Health Club and Spa)
Tel: 01633 410 324
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