In today’s fast-paced environment, we are all encouraged to set time aside to nurture and value our mental and physical wellbeing. Moments spent away from our hectic schedules can help us to feel re-energised and revitalised. Luxury hotel breaks and spa retreats are just some of the ways we are choosing to relax and the design of these spaces is playing a crucial role in the overall experience.
In this month’s issue, we’re delighted to showcase two exemplary examples of design in hospitality. In the Lake District, Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa has unveiled the final phase of its £13m redevelopment, a new state-of-the-art spa. The new Falls Spa has been designed with guests’ comfort and relaxation in mind, featuring Scandi-inspired decor, bespoke designer furniture, luxury bathrooms and cosy seating areas. Turn to page 12 to find out more.
Also in this issue, we unveil The Langley, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Buckinghamshire, which has opened its doors following an extensive six-year renovation. Working alongside the award-winning Dennis Irvine Studio, the multi-million-pound renovation has transformed the historic Grade II-listed Langley Park House from a dilapidated former private home into a majestic countryside icon and a hotel that encompasses the modern sensibilities and aspirations of the 21st century traveller. Read more on page 28.
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