The Spa at Carden is delighted to announce a trio of prestigious award wins, the culmination of a hugely successful year after reopening in the spring and all the challenges of launching in January 2020. The continued investment and innovation at the Spa at Carden has helped position Carden Park Estate as the ultimate luxury experience in the North West of England while being officially positioned as the UK’s leading spa for 2021.
- Professional beauty – Large Spa of the year 2021
- World Luxury Spa awards – Luxury Destination Spa 2021
- World Spa awards – Best Country House Hotel Spa 2021
The state-of-the-art Spa at Carden launched in January 2020 after a £10 million investment, offering world class facilities and a 4,500 sqm standalone space, making it one of the UK’s largest spa gardens. It has developed into a major destination spa in the UK, a favourite of beauty editors and celebrities. With a view over the Cheshire rolling countryside, the spa offers an expansive multi-sensory experience of wellbeing, with numerous thermal experiences and an all-weather Bollinger champagne bar.
Developed to provide guests with a ‘nature reset’ whatever the weather, the extensive garden’s next generation features facilitate a journey to improved physical and mental well-being. Carden Park Estate is continuing to invest in the facilities at Spa at Carden and will have more ambitious plans which will be unveiled throughout 2022.
Carden Park’s General Manager, Hamish Ferguson “We’re delighted to announce this trio of award wins and it is a testament to the hard work and continued innovation from our Spa team that the Spa at Carden has continued to go from strength to strength. Throughout the closure of the hotel during lockdown, we worked hard to improve our offering across all our facilities, meaning there is always something new for everyone to come back for, even our most regular visitors. We will continue to invest in Carden Park resort and we will reveal our new plans soon.”
Professional beauty – Spa at Carden wins Large Spa of the year 2021
The Professional Beauty Awards is the most prestigious and established awards scheme for the beauty, spa, nails and aesthetics markets. The awards are judged by a panel of experienced industry experts, awarding those who offer first-class treatment delivery, customer experience, leadership skills and industry innovation.
Professional Beauty’s head of editorial, Eve Oxberry, stated: “Just surviving the wildly unpredictable challenges we’ve faced over the last two years and coming out the other side is an achievement in itself. But the finalists and winners… have done far more than that, demonstrating incredible innovation and leadership in a constantly shifting landscape, finding new and exciting ways to care for their clients and teams and develop their businesses into outstanding examples of what our professional and resilient industry can achieve.”
World Luxury Spa awards – Spa at Carden wins Europe’s Best Luxury Destination Spa 2021
The World Luxury Spa Awards offers international recognition in the luxury spa industry, it is voted for by over 250,000 guests, travellers, and industry players. Receiving a World Luxury Spa Award is the pinnacle of achievement by a luxury spa, offering recognition for earning the respect of guests and industry experts alike.
World Spa awards – Spa at Carden wins England’s Best Country House Hotel Spa 2021
Launched in 2015 as the sister event to World Travel Awards, the World Spa Awards celebrate and reward excellence in spa and wellness tourism through the annual awards programme. It aims to inspire exceptional standards in spa and wellness tourism, fostering growth by rewarding the leading organisations in their respective fields.
Rebecca Cohen, Managing Director, World Spa Awards, states: “Our industry is enjoying a significant increase in bookings, driven by guests seeking out authentic wellness experiences to match their lifestyle choices. Our World Spa Awards 2021 winners represent the brands breaking new ground through innovation and their incredible drive to do things better.”