Canberra spa makes a splash at national awards

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IN only its second year, Hale Spa, at the Brassey Hotel in Barton, has won the Hotel/Resort Spa of the Year title in this year’s Pevonia Awards.  

The Pevonia Awards recognise leading local and international Pevonia hotel and resort spas, salons, therapists and spa managers.

Hale Spa was also awarded design of the year and Delia Waites won the Spa Manager of the Year title.

    “With an extensive menu of treatments catering to the body and mind, the professional staff at Hale take the individual on a wellness journey in beautiful, state-of-the-art facilities like no other in Canberra,” said Ms Waites. 

    Director of owners Doma Hotels Patrick Lonergan said the awards recognised the highest-quality standards and professionalism in the industry both locally and internationally.

    “These awards are a testament to the dedication of the team behind Hale in providing state-of-the-art and luxurious spa treatments and services in a tranquil and professional facility,” he said.

     

     

     

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