After weeks of closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Titanic Spa finally re-opened its doors to customers on 1st August. Having been open just 11 days so far, the spa has seen a huge rise in bookings and the popularity of a spa break showing that the need for a staycation is very much here to stay.
Warrick Burton, Director of Titanic Spa says; “Our opening was meticulously planned and we were delighted that we were almost to capacity on day one of opening. We are able to run at about 40% of what we normally enjoy due to government restrictions, but our customers are able to enjoy a relaxing spa break in a safe environment. We have seen a rise of people booking last-minute, booking as early as the day before which is normally not possible due to our packages being booked up. It is promising to see that our customers, both old and new are travelling to Yorkshire for their staycations”. Working to Government guidelines, Titanic Spa has implemented a number of safety measures for the health and comfort of their spa guests and staff. This includes safe social distancing in all areas; increased hygiene procedures; one way systems for travelling around the spa; social distanced seating in the Bistro and Bar 1911 and protective screens in high contact areas. All staff will wear PPE which includes visors for treatments and alcohol gel dispensers have been installed throughout the spa for safe and easy access.