READY TO WAX, FILE, PAINT, RUB AND LIFT YOU!
Bookings now being taken from 01 Aug 2020
(with the exception of Village Spa Leeds North - taking bookings from 8th August)
Ahead of our opening we have reviewed our operational procedures to ensure we offer a safe and relaxing place for you to visit on opening. Please be advised of the below changes.
- Our treatments must be pre-booked and paid for in advance. Unfortunately we can no longer accept walk-ins.
- As a precaution, all clients will be temperature checked on arrival.
- Where possible we will have one way entrances and exits from the spa.
- We will stagger our treatment times to minimise contact between clients.
- Our therapists will all wear disposable aprons, face masks and reusable visors that are cleaned between each client. In addition, before they start a shift they will undergo a team member health check, including temperature check.
- As usual all of our treatment towels will be replaced after each client - they will be washed at 71oC to ensure thermal disinfection.
- Our relax rooms will remain closed and all soft furnishings will be removed from the treatment rooms.
- We have added an extra 15 minutes between each client to allow for full disinfection of treatment rooms.
- Each treatment room will have a thorough end of day clean down including disinfection using the Electrostatic sprayer.
- We have added perspex screens to our manicure tables for extra protection during our face to face treatments.
- Disposable equipment will be used wherever possible, and where not equipment will be disinfected in between clients.
- We have revised our treatment menu to ensure we only offer the safest treatments to our clients when we reopen. Visit www.village-hotels.co.uk/spa to access a copy of the treatment menu.
- We are unable to take bookings from anyone who is currently classified as moderate to high risk clinically vulnerable. To check if you are on this list please visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/people-at-higher-risk/whos-at-higher-risk-from-coronavirus/