Tuesday, 15 September 2015

An afternoon at Mineral House Spa, Pool & Gymnasium






There aren't many people who don't enjoy a spa day - I mean, what's not to like?

With the hustle and bustle of living in a city, life can at times, become a little intense and recently I had been trawling the net for a local spa to Newcastle. Without a car, it's pretty difficult to get to most of those around the North East, with many of them set in rural surroundings, so when the opening of Mineral House popped up on my twitter feed I became very intrigued, very quickly.

Mineral House is a brand new spa, pool and gymnasium, set within the luxury Crowne Plaza Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter. Offering a complimentary visit to the brand new facilities to coincide with their opening this week, I jumped at the chance to have a look around as well as relax in the pool, jacuzzi and steam room. The spa offers a unique range of  Germaine de Capuccini treatments, based on natural minerals, with 3 treatment rooms ready and waiting to be used.

Whilst I visited, I was also given the chance to use the gymnasium, which has the latest TECHNO GYM machines and personal trainers on hand to help you get the most out of your work out, but unfortunately, I forgot to bring any clothes suitable to exercise. 

You can imagine how upset I was......

One of the best things about Mineral House - apart from the luxurious jacuzzi which I could definitely have stayed in pretty much all day - is the location. It's so great to have a spa in the city centre and I can see it being popular with workers in Newcastle in particular. 

After spending the weekend in Amsterdam it really couldn't have been a more perfect way to spend my Monday afternoon and it definitely won't be my last visit. 

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1 comment:

  1. Weird, the picture of that pool is so trippy. It looks like the pool is empty or something! I definitely like the looks of that jacuzzi though ;)

    Sarah | Spa in Manhattan

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