Every peek inside the new development gives a breath taking glimpse of the facilities we will shortly unveil. In these last few weeks the changes have been most dramatic.
Our bricklayers are now completing the arches which line the corridor to the suite. In the ceiling above wires hang ready to receive the majestic chandeliers. As you stand in this space you can start to imagine yourself, snuggled in a fluffy gown, making your way down the grand hallway to the Colosseum Suite.
In the Suite itself almost one thousand, five hundred bright LEDs create a beautiful, star lit sky in the magnificent domed ceiling. The electrician is adding the final uplighters which will enhance the magical atmosphere.
The centre piece of the suite is the Balneotherapy pool with gently moving water. While the tiler is laying the last of the 300,000 mosaic tiles to line the pool we await the arrival of the striking stainless steel seating. This carefully designed structure will provide resting places where you will be able to lie back and relax. The pool promises to be a relaxing and refreshing experience.
Classical Romanesque columns are a trademark feature at Nirvana Spa, in the Suite the columns are being finished in a bespoke design chosen to mirror the crystal blue of the water. The plasterer is finishing the columns in a beautiful blue Venetian polish.
A work of art is also nearing completion in the ceiling above the new walk-in floatation pool. This unique pool will offer powerful healing therapy which is especially beneficial if you suffer from painful joints, sports related injuries or reduced mobility. The mineralised water will keep your body buoyant and will enable safe exercise and movement aiding your recovery.
As the changing room takes shape the scale becomes apparent. This changing room will boast two hundred and eighty lockers, stunning vanity units and sofas. Your indulgent day of relaxation will start from the moment you walk in! We have improved our accessibility with a large, bespoke disabled changing facility, which is a most welcome improvement.
The question we all desperately want answered is: