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€1.1 Million Renovation Works at Osprey Hotel, Naas

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€1.1 Million Renovation Works at Osprey Hotel, Naas

€1.1 Million Renovation Works at Osprey Hotel, Naas
January 29
17:51 2018

The Osprey Hotel in Naas, Co. Kildare, has commenced work on the creation of abrand new state-of-the-art spa as part of a major renovation project. The new spa is set to cost in the region of €1.1 million and will have luxury features, fittings and facilities.

The spa has been designed by renowned celebrity architect and star of RTÉ’s Home of the Year, Hugh Wallace. Hugh, along with his team at Douglas Wallace have created an impressive design for the new spa, which will be set over two floors.

The 10,000 sq ft spa is due to open in May 2018, and will incorporate an extensivethermal suite with several heating and cooling experiences for guests. The thermal suite has been designed in such a way as to allow guests to enjoy a complete spa journey. Facilities will include a sauna, steam room, solarium, rasul chamber, rain showers, seaweed baths, dry flotation room, hot tub and heated loungers.

The second floor of the spa will have 7 treatment rooms including a couple’s room with both light and dark relaxation rooms. A separate beauty salon will have a nail bar, pedicure thrones, waxing salon and spray tan area.

During the renovations, guests can continue to enjoy pampering treatments in the main hotel where a number of suites have been converted to treatment rooms.

The Osprey Hotel is owned and operated by PREM Group, who have already overseen the opening of the newly refurbished gym in January 2017 and the launch of the new Herald & Devoy restaurant last summer.

Jim Murphy, CEO of PREM Group, said: “The ongoing investments to The Osprey demonstrate PREM Group’s commitment to make this one of Leinster’s finest getaway locations. We have had an incredibly busy 18 months, which began with the upgrading of the gym, the newly designed lobby and the creation of a brand new restaurant.   The next phase of the development was always earmarked to be renovations of the spa. We are confident that the new spa will be a great addition to the overall complex and will be popular among residents and clients of the hotel on a regular basis.”

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