ESPA, Facial, Hotel, Massage, Relax, Spa, Treat yourself, Village Hotel

Village Hotel Spa: A Review

Hey all. As some of you may – or may not – know, I’ve recently had a change in job and upon leaving, my amazing former workmates gifted me with a spa day at Village Hotel in Warrington alongside some other fab goodies. I took the spa day this week and decided to write a post about it to let you know my thoughts.

20181118_144520.jpg

On reading the fine print, the spa day voucher was for use on any weekday. You could use it during a weekend but you would have to pay a supplement towards this. I decided to book a Monday off work and enjoy a long weekend. I then took the “treat yourself” mantra a stage further and booked myself into the hotel for the night! Well, why not?

villagewirral4

I managed to get a bargain rate of Β£39 for a standard double room for the Sunday from booking.com

Luckily for me, when I arrived on Sunday afternoon, I’d been upgraded to a Club room at no extra cost! Club rooms are a bit fancier than the standard types, with bigger and more comfortable beds, a heeeeuuuuuuge TV with full Sky package, free mineral water and a Tassimo coffee machine.

Village2.jpg

The room was lovely and had everything you could need such as a hairdryer plus an iron and ironing board. The bathroom is kitted out with ESPA products too for that extra touch of class.

Village1.jpg

Village3

Village4.jpg

I kicked back, watched some TV and treated myself to room service which was delicious! I had halloumi and vegetable skewers with rustic chips plus some houmus and bread. I needed to be practically rolled to the bathroom later on!

Village5.jpg

Village9.jpg

I made full use of the beautiful waterfall shower, ESPA products and fluffy towels before curling up in bed to sleep soundly before my spa experience.

I checked out the next morning and headed to the spa. My voucher included two 25 minute treatments that I could select from a list. I opted for a neck/back/shoulder massage and a skin revitalising facial. All products used in the spa are again by ESPA. My therapist was a lovely lady called Karolina who was very knowledgable on the products that she used during my treatments.

Village6.jpg

Village7.jpg

Village8.jpg

Following my treatments, Karolina handed me a booklet where she had helpfully ticked all the products she had used on me, subject to my skin type. The spa have a supply of products if you wish to purchase any of them. I opted for the Refining Skin Polish which is so lovely to use. It’s really creamy with tiny sand-like particles in it for gentle exfoliation. It also smells devine! I may have to put some of the other products on my Christmas list…

20181118_144547.jpg

20181118_144714.jpg

20181118_144750

My spa voucher also included full use of all facilities such as the gym (which if you know me at all, you’ll know that I didn’t use πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚), the swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, which I took full advantage of. A towel and snuggly robe were also loaned to me during my visit, as per the spa voucher. I left there feeling incredibly relaxed and spoilt!

IMG_20181112_125855_291.jpg

Pic1

Overall, I had a lovely experience at the Village Hotel and spa and extend my sincere thanks to my lovely workmates! I will definitely return for further visits and would recommend it to anyone.

22 thoughts on “Village Hotel Spa: A Review”

    1. Yeah to be fair I’d have been happy enough with a standard room for Β£39, so the upgrade was just amazing! Thank you for reading ❀

      Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s