Galgorm unveils additional spa experiences

By Sarah Todd


By Sarah Todd

02 December 2020

Representing an overall investment of more than £2 million (2.2 million euro), the Galgorm Spa and Golf Resort has unveiled its enhanced Thermal Village and Spa.

The newly opened resort now includes a suite of new attractions for spa guests, including a 10m infinity pool on the banks of the River Maine; a 200sqm Palm House relaxation area comprising six heated loungers, and a new Salt Room for halotherapy experiences with a halo generator supplied by The Mosaic Spa Company.

With more than 90% of its Thermal Village and Spa offering located outdoors, Galgorm has also installed two group hot tubs and saunas as well as six riverside cabanas and three additional private hot tubs.

Connecting with nature is at the heart of Galgorm's spa concept

Colin Johnston, managing director of the Galgorm Collection, said: “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 comprehensive safety and hygiene measures for the health and wellbeing of our team and guests.”

Galgorm Collection Managing Director, Colin Johnston and Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster

The new spa expansion project is the latest investment into the resort, which has seen a £60m transformation over the last decade with further plans to invest an additional £20m by 2025.

First Minister, Arlene Foster, welcomed Galgorm’s return and its continued tourism investment. “A world leader for local tourism, Galgorm is undoubtedly a premier destination and, with more people choosing to vacation at home this summer, this investment into its award-winning spa facilities is timely and welcomed.

A major player in the local, national and international tourism industry, Galgorm has continually demonstrated their commitment to Northern Ireland, leading and innovating with the supported development of its team in skills and best practice training.

As our tourism and hospitality industry focuses on rebuilding, it is encouraging to see one of the best-known businesses continue to invest and innovate, bolstering the recovering economy and cementing its reputation as a world-class destination.”

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