London, United Kingdom, October 24th 2011 – Spas have become a very popular way for people to enjoy a luxurious break full of pampering as well as some of them ore healthy and vigorous activities associated with fitness centres and spa breaks. In the UK there are hundreds of spa hotels, health spas, and day spas to choose from and making the right decision can help ensure a more enjoyable and more beneficial break for the visitor.
The health farm is specifically aimed at those that care for their health. Generally, no kids are allowed and guests are able to wear their robes virtually anywhere and at any time without even having to worry about dressing formally for evening meals. There is no bar, meals are calorie counted but are very high quality and generally taste fantastic. Activities, treatments, and other healthy pastimes are catered for throughout the day.
Hotel spas combine the benefits of the health farm with the amenities of a hotel but this does require something of a trade-off. Kids are allowed, you will find a bar, and you can enjoy additional facilities including A La Carte menus, evening entertainment, and more, but the treatments will be less specialised and dressing in robes is only permitted in the hotel spa area.
A day spa offers all of the benefits of a spa but without overnight facilities. Kids are allowed, dress is informal, and a light lunch usually included as well as refreshments throughout the day. There will be a very good range of treatments and day passes are usually reasonably inexpensive.
SpaSeekers.com is an extensive directory of UK spas, including details of more than 350 day spas, hotel spas, and health farms for the health conscious to browse through. Established since 1989 they also offer a selection of spa deals, for specific treatments, day passes, or spa breaks, so that you can get the most from your spa money.
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