What better way to treat yourself after months at home?
In dire need of some TLC after four months in lockdown? Whether your body has completely moulded to the shape of your sofa, or your hair requires a bit of help – we’ve rounded up the top spa and pamper spots in Manchester to treat yourself at. After all, we definitely all deserve it.
1. King Street Townhouse
One of Manchester’s most gorgeous hotels, King Street Townhouse’s spa is like no other – boasting stunning views of the city. Relax in the Infinity Spa Pool, before winding down in the steam room or opting for a treatment. There are a number of relaxing beauty treatments to book, including massages, hot stone therapy, skin treatments and more. King Street Townhouse, 10 Booth St, M2 4AW.
2. House of Evelyn
An opulently decorated ‘oasis’ of beauty, House of Evelyn offers a wide range of treatments ranging from nail treatments, facials (so needed from all this face mask wearing!), hair and make-up, waxing and brow shaping, and even massages. It’s a haven for anyone in need of the full works after a few months of neglect, and you’re sure to leave feeling like a whole new person. House of Evelyn, 40 Spring Gardens, M2 1EN.
3. The Midland Hotel
Step inside the Rena Spa at The Midland Hotel, and you’ll be greeted with pure relaxation. Take a load off in their gorgeous spa pool, followed by one of many treatments – where you can choose from facials, massages, beauty treatments and more. In addition to the luxury spa, guests can also take advantage of their ‘exclusive’ gym or take a moment away in the steam room. Rena Spa, The Midland Hotel, Peter St, M60 2DS.
4. Remedy Hair & Beauty
In need of a transformation or just tackling four-inch-long roots? Treat yourself to an image overhaul at Remedy, an uber-chic salon in North Manchester who are the pros of complete makeovers. Opt for a refresh, try a new colour or simply head for a refresh. Whatever you choose, nothing feels better than leaving a salon feeling like an entirely different person. Remedy offers a wide range of hair services, and also has specialists on hand for brow, nail, lash and tanning treatments. Remedy Hair and Beauty, 338 Moston Ln, M40 9JS.
According to Facegym themselves, it’s not a facial. It’s a workout. And if this was considered as ‘working out’, we’d do it all the time! Located within Selfridges Trafford, Facegym offers up a unique facial treatment that promises to tone and tighten the often-forgotten muscles in your face, resulting in a refreshed, youthful glow and a ‘lifting’ effect, too. Sculpt and tighten, rehydrate or cleanse with their menu of refreshing treatments, with bookings currently back open for August. Facegym, Selfridges & Co Intu Trafford Centre, Stretford, M17 8AA.
6. Bali Health Lounge
A little piece of Bali in Manchester city centre – Bali Health Lounge offers a day spa experience where you can treat yourself to massages, facials, holistic treatments and healing therapies, designed to help you leave feeling rejuvenated. The spa has a lovely, ambient feel to it that’ll (hopefully) help you forget the world you’ve left outside, and there are packages available for those who’d really like to make a day of it. Bali Health Lounge, 1st Floor, 48 George St, M1 4HF.
Super stylish and situated within the Trafford area, Boombae is a salon that packs a punch – with super cool murals dotted around the venue that can only be described as ‘Instagrammable’. The salon specialises in hair extensions, so is perfect for anyone looking for a bit of a makeover to debut after months in lockdown, with facials, make-up, teeth whitening, nails and more on the menu if you’re looking for a bit of a pamper day. Boombae, 480 Chester Rd, Old Trafford, Stretford, M16 9HE.