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Take a time out at Kinsale Hotel & Spa

Wednesday, 7th October, 2020 1:44pm

It’s important to take some time out from everyday life and unwind.

Elemis Spa at Kinsale Hotel & Spa has recently launched its new spa brochure, with an array of treatments. With a range of facilities, luxury products, treatments and spa days it's the perfect way to unwind.

All Elemis treatments are designed to support great skin health. With this in mind, every spa therapy is shaped and moulded around the client. The Elemis Spa at the hotel also has an amazing selection of beauty and holistic treatments to suit both male and female clients.

Why not try the one night spa offer from €199, perfect for a midweek or weekend spa break in Cork and those seeking a getaway? On site there are ten individually designed treatment rooms, each featuring a chandelier and rustic bamboo furnishings, and have been carefully fashioned to enhance clients’ experience.

Unwind in the relaxation lounge, with a magazine by the indoor heated pool or avail of the hydrotherapy jets in the pool area. Complete your Elemis Spa experience in the bubbling jets of the jacuzzi, overlooking views of Oysterhaven Bay or in the revitalising steam room or detoxifying sauna.

One of the most popular treatments is the Elemis Biotec Facial Treatments. This treatment is the ultimate wrinkle-smoothing facial to help rejuvenate ageing skin. It targets the face and eyes with the anti-ageing benefits of the Lines & Wrinkles Activator, an intensive complex of Tripeptides, Amber, whilst microcurrent pluses lift and firm up the skin.

For details on spa treatments or if you would like to book a spa hotel break, ring 021-4706625 or visit kinsalehotelandspa.ie/spa.html for more details.

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