The Osprey Hotel in Naas this week have commenced work on a brand new spa as part of a major renovation project. This phase of the project is set to cost in the region of €1.1 million as the Osprey Hotel builds a state of the art spa facility.
Designed by by renowned architect Hugh Wallace, known for his work with RTÉ on their Home of the Year show, he has worked in design and architecture for more than 30 years with the Douglas Wallace Consultants firm.
The new spa, due to open in May 2018 will span 10,000 square feet and will offer an extensive thermal suite including 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 offer 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.
Osprey Hotel is owned and operated by PREM Group, who have already overseen the opening of the newly refurbished gym in 2016 and the launch of the new Herald & Devoy restaurant in 2017.
Commenting on the works, 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 couple of years beginning with the upgrade of the gym and going on to the opening of our wonderful new restaurant. The next phase of the development was always earmarked to be renovations of the spa.
“From looking at the designs, I’m sure that it will provide a stunning spa setting and it will prove to be a popular addition to the hotel.