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spA £100m Antrim resort approved


Alex Attwood, the Northern Ireland environment minis- ter, has approved planning permission for a new £100m golf resort development on the North Antrim coast. Located near the villages of


Bushmills and Portballintrae, Bushmills Dunes Golf Resort and Spa will incorporate a 120-bedroom hotel with con- ference and spa facilities. An 18-hole championship


golf course; a golf academy; and 75 guest suites/lodges are also included in the plans Attwood said his decision


Alex Attwood, the Northern Ireland environment minis- ter, has approved planning permission for a new £100m golf resort development on the North Antrim coast. Located near the villages of


Bushmills and Portballintrae, Bushmills Dunes Golf Resort and Spa will incorporate a 120-bedroom hotel with con- ference and spa facilities. An 18-hole championship


golf course; a golf academy; and 75 guest suites/lodges are also included in the plans Attwood said his decision


Te new £100m resort will be located at Runkerry on the Antrim coast


to approve the R Robinson and Sons-designed scheme will offer “significant benefits” to the area’s tourism economy, while creating jobs. It is believed a US-based consortium led by Alistair Hanna is behind the project, which ntributes to he executive’s Draſt Programme for Government to boost visitor numbers.


to approve the R Robinson and Sons-designed scheme will offer “significant benefits” to the area’s tourism economy, while creating jobs. It is believed a US-based consortium led by Dr Dr Alistair Hanna is behind the project, which co contributes to the executive’s Draſt Programme for Government to boost visitor numbers.


Te new £100m resort will be located at Runkerry on the Antrim coast Annoucing his decision, Attwood said: Annoucing his decision, Attwood said:


“Te development is an important one for the Causeway Coast and for Northern Ireland, will help to grow tourism, create new job opportu- nities, enhance our golf product and continue to protect our natural heritage.” Details: http://lei.sr?a=T2i6m


July reopening for London’s Café Royal LoLondon’s Café Royal will


re reopen in June as a member Te Set, a newly-unveiled tel collection from Alfred d Georgi Akirov, following n extensive renovation.


open in June as a member of of Te Set, a newly-unveiled ho hotel collection from Alfred an and Georgi Akirov, following a an extensive renovation. e comprehensive r devel-


TTe comprehensive redevel-


opment of the Regent Street property has been overseen by David Chipperfield Architects and Donald Insall Associates and has been carried out over the last three years. Among the new additions


opment of the Regent Street property has been overseen by David Chipperfield Architects and Donald Insall Associates and has been carried out over the last three years. Among the new additions


to the 159-bedroom hotel is the new 800sq m (8,611sq ſt) Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre day spa, which spans two floors and has a dedicated entrance from Piccadilly Circus. A 19m indoor swimming pool will be at the he heart of the lower floor of the wellbeing facility, wi with five treatment rooms also included.


f the wellbeing facility, th five treatment rooms also included.


to the 159-bedroom hotel is the new 800sq m (8,611sq ſt) Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre day spa, which spans two floors and has a dedicated entrance from Piccadilly Circus. A 19m indoor swimming pool will be at the art of the lower floor


Te iconic central London property will incorporate a 800sq m day spa Te iconic central London property will incorporate a 800sq m day spa T Te lower floor will also offer a wet room; e lower floor will a so offer a wet room;


private and public hammams; a dry sauna; and a watsu pool. A yoga studio and a gym will fea- ture on the upper floor of the spa. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=U7M1n


Suffolk village art gallery to become luxury spa


A new spa including seven treatment rooms and relaxation areas is to open in Suffolk, UK, aſter plans to convert an existing art gallery were approved by Babergh District Council. Lavenham’s Wildlife Art Gallery is linked to the historic Swan Hotel building and is to be


A new spa including seven treatment rooms and relaxation areas is to open in Suffolk, UK, aſter plans to convert an existing art gallery were approved by Babergh District Council. Lavenham’s Wildlife Art Gallery is linked to the historic Swan Hotel building and is to be


© CYBERTREK 2012 © CYBERTREK 2012 Suffolk village art gallery to become luxury spa


transformed into he 528sq m (1,732sq ſt) spa, wi with the gallery to move to another site. TTe new spa facilities will also include a


crystal steamroom, heated loungers, chang- ing areas and an ice fountain. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=m3Y8r


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crystal steamroom, heated loungers, chang- ing areas and an ice fountain. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=m3Y8r


transformed into the 528sq m (1,732sq ſt) spa, th the gallery to move to another site. e new spa facilities will a so include a


private and public hammams; a dry sauna; and a watsu pool. A yoga studio and a gym will fea- ture on the upper floor of the spa. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=U7M1n


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“Te development is an important one for the Causeway Coast and for Northern Ireland, will help to grow tourism, create new job opportu- nities, enhance our golf product and continue to protect our natural heritage.” Details: http://lei.sr?a=T2i6m


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