In addition to the swimming pools, vacationers will enjoy a number of relaxing treatments at the Aqua Sana Spa, which underwent a £ 6 million redesign earlier this year.
The Aqua Sana Longleat forest has a wide range of hammams and saunas, a heated outdoor swimming pool, an ice cave, a selection of relaxation rooms and reflexology footbaths.
Pursuant to new government directives, the subtropical swimming paradise will reopen with new safety measures in place.
They are designed to track customer visits, manage occupancy and ensure the safety of customers and staff.
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Changes clients can expect:
Access to the subtropical aquatic paradise must be booked online in advance.
In order to keep everyone safe, the number of guests allowed in the pool at any given time will be limited, as will the frequency of visits during a break.
Temperature checks will be carried out before entering the paradise of subtropical swimming.
There will be a nominal fee per person, which will be donated to Together for Short Lives / Barretstown.
Martin Dalby, CEO, said, “We are absolutely thrilled to be able to reopen our subtropical swimming paradise, we know it is a key part of the Center Parcs experience for our customers.
“Rest assured that we have worked hard to make subtropical swimming paradise as safe as possible for everyone and we have an excellent plan in place, so getting the green light for the reopening is fantastic.” “