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Seaview Sauna Alpamare Wellness Spa

Published by Jon Burke at 11:48am 12th March 2019. (Updated at 8:09am 16th March 2019)

Scarborough's Alpamare is opening a new Alpine-themed spa on Saturday.

Wellness at Alpamare sits alongside Alpamare Scarborough, which opened in 2016 and has been created by one of the world’s leading spa designers, Stefan Ghetta alongside top international specialists Spa4.

Alpamare chief executive officer, Dr Anton Hoefter, said:

“It’s R&R as you’ve never known it before. Wellness at Alpamare is an experience that’s completely different from anything else in the UK, caring for the wellbeing of the mind as well as the body. You can free-flow through a series of saunas and steam rooms at will, follow ritual trails specially created by wellness experts, enjoy a classic treatment, or immerse yourself in an uplifting Aufguss ceremony - all with a magnificent sea view.”

Tourism and Corporate Marketing Manager for Scarborough Borough Council and Area Director for Welcome To Yorkshire, Janet Deacon, said:

“With the opening of its new holistic wellness centre, Alpamare Scarborough is helping to transform Scarborough into a spa town for the 21st century, leading the way – just as it did in the 18th century - as a top UK holiday destination, the ultimate place to escape the world for a while, relax, and find yourself rejuvenated.”

New spa manager, Amanda Shachnaey said:

“Whatever’s going on in your life, whether you need to relax or re-energise, the spa is designed to help you as an individual – whether it’s a personalised detox, an escape from everyday stress, taking time to relax with a loved one, or having fun with friends during a live ceremony or as part of a special event. It’s an experience that everyone can enjoy – in fact, in Northern Europe it’s so popular that it’s become a way of life.”

Admission is for 10am-4pm and 4pm-10pm.  Prices are £39 on week days and £44 at weekends (at the weekends, this also includes access to the waterpark).

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zara, on 12th March 2019 1:51pm
What do you actually get for the £39? Because most places tend to just have the sauna and steam room and then charge for anything else. I love the whole spa treatment thing but i would want to know what i was actually getting as they usually come at a price. I am not sure that starting at £39 is going to get many locals in - after the initial curiosity - unless at least some treatments are included in the price.

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