Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort, has unveiled its newly enhanced Thermal Village and Spa provision, representing an investment of more than £2m into the resort.
Work on the expansion project commenced in March this year after closing its doors in line with government safety restrictions.
The newly-reopened resort now boasts a suite of additional attractions for spa guests, including a 10 metre infinity pool on the shores of the River Maine, a 200m2 Palm House relaxation area encompassing six heated loungers, and a salt room for halotherapy experiences.
With over 90% of its Thermal Village and Spa offering located outdoors, Galgorm has also installed two group hot tubs and saunas, three additional private hot tubs with waterfall views and six riverside cabanas.
The new spa expansion project is the latest venture in Galgorm’s investment into the resort. Over the last decade, the venue has undergone a £60m transformation and there are further plans to invest an additional £20m by 2025.
Colin Johnston, Galgorm Collection Managing Director, said: “As an internationally renowned luxury resort, we are continually seeking ways to enhance the guest experience, and with the closure of The Resort in March, we had the opportunity to further invest and expand.
“In addition, and as a priority, we focused on implementing safety measures throughout the Resort and we are delighted to be among the first hotels in the UK to receive the coveted AA COVID Confident Mark for our commitment to safety.
“We are also delighted to announce that all existing jobs will be protected with the creation of 40 additional jobs throughout The Collection.”
In addition to the £2m investment throughout the resort, Galgorm Collection has recently completed the £2.5m first phase at The Rabbit, formerly known as The Templeton