If a weekend of seaweed baths and scalp massages sounds like your kind of staycation, put this on your wish list.
The Osprey Hotel in Naas is set to unveil its brand new €1.2 million spa in early June… and it looks heavenly.
Designed by celebrity architect and star of RTE’s Home of the Year, Hugh Wallace of Douglas Wallace Architects, the urban escape stretches over three floors with the thermal suite offering a range of heating experiences including a dry floatation bed, double and single seaweed baths, rasul chamber, heated, mosaic, free standing stone loungers and a salt grotto.
The Light Relaxation Room features a complete wall of glazing which looks out onto a balcony and has been heavily planted in lush bamboo, while the Dark Relaxation Room boasts natural wood panelling around each relaxation pod – ideal for afternoon snoozing.
If you like to chill out with your other half, the couples suite comes complete with a swing.
Six treatment rooms will be stocked with gorgeous VOYA products and signature treatments include the ‘Osprey Revive & Harmonise (90 minutes from €120), which involves a peppermint foot soak, a dry body brush and a signature body massage.
Guests will also enjoy a VOYA express facial and hot oil scalp massage before a deep soak in a detoxifying seaweed bath.
Check out the treatments and book your stay here.