With roaring crowds and dedicated supporters, it is easy to get caught amidst the latest victory, penalty or the hat-trick that won the game.
For those who aren’t fans of football, the return of the Euro 2016 can fill us with dread and as one of football’s most watched events, you may find it hard to escape the footie frenzy.
For those that prefer a relaxation room to a locker room or thoughts of aromatherapy oils overrides the offside rule, Titanic Spa has launched its Euro 2016 Spa Escape.
Escape the Euro’s 2016 in style and kick start your relaxation in the multi award-winning Titanic Spa, Huddersfield.
Located deep within the Pennine Yorkshire, the state-of-the-art spa offers the perfect retreat to switch off from the outside world and experience deep relaxation.
The thoughts of the football crowds will soon feel miles away once you’re inside, unwinding in the sauna, enjoying that massage or relaxing, stress-free while in the new bubbling outdoor hot tub.
Come the evening after a satisfying two course evening meal in Titanic Spa’s bistro, why not spend some time at Titanic Spa’s new glamour Bar 1911, named after the year the original Titanic Mill was built.
Here you can sip delicious cocktails in a fabulous space, upcycled in an old part of the Titanic Mill building, not out of place in the coolest of cities.
Drift off to your exclusive eco-apartment for a luxurious overnight stay and wake up to a continental breakfast hamper feeling simply relaxed, revitalised and refreshed.
-Overnight accommodation in a serviced apartment
-Continental Breakfast in your apartment
-Two-course evening meal
-Titanic Heat & Ice Experience
-15m Salt Regulated swimming pool with Hydrozone and underwater music
-Use of the new outdoor space including hot tub
-10% off any 55 minute or longer treatment from Elemis, Decleor or Comfort Zone at time of booking.
-The Euro 2016 Spa escape package is valid Monday – Thursday at £89 per person.
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