Wyboston Lakes announces new spa development

Wyboston Lakes has announced plans to boost its appeal to the corporate market with the development of a spa.

Located on the site of the Wyboston Lakes Hotel, the spa will incorporate eleven therapy rooms, steam rooms, water beds and relaxation areas with reading pods.  

A signature feature is the external hydro-pool and kelo sauna in the south-facing spa garden together with an open air fireplace and sun loungers.

Work begins this month, and is expected to be complete by September. The new spa will not only be available to guests of Wyboston Lakes Hotel, but also to delegates attending events at the two specialist conference and training venues, the Robinson Executive Centre and the Willows Training Centre.

"More and more of our conference and training customers are making use of our existing onsite leisure activities such as our golf course and fitness centre – and soon they will have the opportunity for a sector leading spa facility," said Wyboston Lakes’ Managing Director, Mark Jones. "It is a very exciting addition to our portfolio."

Wyboston Lakes is currently going through a redevelopment project, which saw the remodelling and refurbishment of the hotel’s public areas completed in March 2011, while the Robinson Executive Centre will be completed this month, and work to upgrade the Willows Training Centre will begin in May. 

Both venues will be rebranded next month to link more closely to the company’s identity. The Robinson Centre will become the Wyboston Lakes Executive Centre, while the Willows Centre will become the Wyboston Lakes Training Centre.

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
Global travel trends revealed in Amex 2020 hotel predictions

Global travel trends revealed in Amex 2020 hotel predictions

Prices in 150 key cities facing travel buyers when budgeting for MICE programs, according to Amex GBT.

Royalton Grenada Resort to open March 2020

Royalton Grenada Resort to open March 2020

New resort and spa will be the largest on the Caribbean island of Grenada with 269 suites.

Northern Irish treasures: The best hotels, venues and activities

Northern Irish treasures: The best hotels, venues and activities

From bustling Belfast to the rugged shores of Ballintoy, Northern Ireland is full of iconic delights.

How mental health first aiders can spot workplace exhaustion

How mental health first aiders can spot workplace exhaustion

Awareness of the early signs of burnout can prevent problems further down the line, says Stress Matters' Laura Capell Abra.

Why China has become one of ICCA's top 10 destinations for meetings

Why China has become one of ICCA's top 10 destinations for meetings

Ahead of IBTM China, ICCA's Noor Ahmad Hamid says that the Chinese MICE industry is booming.

8 of the best hotels in Malaysia

8 of the best hotels in Malaysia

A selection of hotels in coastal Penang, the capital Kuala Lumpur and tropical Borneo.

Campfire conferences should replace hotels, buffets and PowerPoint

Campfire conferences should replace hotels, buffets and PowerPoint

Scrap the traditional conference and get delegates out in the wild for a memorable experience, says Top Banana's Emma Collins.

Case study: Mercedes-Benz at Yabuli China Entrepreneurs Forum 2019

Case study: Mercedes-Benz at Yabuli China Entrepreneurs Forum 2019

China's best and brightest entrepreneurs got an in-depth look at the Mercedes-Benz S-Class at the annual conference.

In pictures: The Biltmore, Mayfair to open in September

In pictures: The Biltmore, Mayfair to open in September

Following a multi-million-pound redevelopment, The Biltmore is set to become London's latest luxury hotel.

Activities and hotels in stylish Scandinavia

Activities and hotels in stylish Scandinavia

A look at what the capital cities of Sweden, Faroe Islands and Denmark have to offer.

LATEST JOBS