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Hepburn Wellness Group outlines 2019 development plans
The Hepburn Wellness Group, the wellness division of Belgravia Leisure, has revealed a series of developments and initiatives that it will be introducing during 2019.
In a website update, the Group advises "from the jewel in the crown, the Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa, through to alpine bathing in Mt Hotham and Dinner Plain, 2019 promises to be an exciting year."
The update covers not only the the Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa but also the Lake Bellagio and Wai Ariki Hot Springs and Spa developments.
Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa
In early 2019 Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa will see the introduction of the exciting and innovative new Social Spa designed to provide guests with additional options and relaxing treatments while experiencing the iconic Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa.
Guests will be able to reconnect with a range of experiences from head, neck and shoulder massages through to hand massages and foot soaks. We anticipate this will fast become a popular experience.
The Social Spa is nestled alongside Spring Creek and will allow guests to reconnect with themselves and nature while engaging in the retail space and lovely outside relaxation deck.
Onsen Retreat and Spa - White Spa
Onsen Retreat and Spa is currently open in early January for the summer school holiday period and will close in mid-January. The winter snow and ski season will be in full swing between late June to early September and as always, White Spa and Onsen Retreat and Spa will continue to deliver their award-winning massage experiences.
Hepburn Spa Retreat
The Hepburn Spa Retreat has seen some exciting growth in the past year with record attendance rates and occupancy for the property.
Moving into 2019 will see many improvements made on-site and new packages and offers available to the public in the coming months.
Hepburn Spa Retreat had record visitation in 2018.
Hepburn Escape Villas
In March 2019 the Hepburn Wellness team will take over the management and delivery of accommodation services at the newly built Hepburn Escape Villas.
Located directly opposite the Hepburn Bathhouse and Spa, the new villas will take our premium accommodation options up to 24 villas. The modern design and location will lend itself well to the Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa and provide our guests with the best in accommodation options for the region.
The Lake Bellagio tourism and wellness facility outside of Daylesford has recently been approved by the Hepburn Shire Council which will now see the commencement of development work.
The project is a major development for the Daylesford area and will employ more than 50 staff.
Wai Ariki Hot Springs and Spa
The Wai Ariki Hot Springs and Spa in Rotorua is currently under development with ground works well underway.
Images: Hepburn Spa Retreat (top) and an artist's impression of the Wai Ariki Hot Springs and Spa (below).
8th February 2018 - Belgravia Leisure announces new parks, resorts and tourism joint venture
31st January 2018 - Researchers explore wellness benefits of residential retreats
24th September 2017 - Maori legends aim to bring Wai Ariki Hot Springs and Spa to life
8th December 2017 - Work begins on Wai Ariki Hot Springs and Spa
12th December 2016 - Hepburn Wellness to create pop-up day spa at Lorne Sea Baths
28th October 2016 - Moroccan-style Hammam gets official opening at Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa
21st August 2008 - Belgravia enters Spa and Tourism Market
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