Castleknock Hotel have completed a €7-million development of their establishment which includes 52 new bedrooms, a luxurious spa as well as an upgraded leisure centre.
The 52 contemporary new bedrooms comprise of 38 deluxe executive rooms, 6 executive rooms, 3 opulent suites and 5 family rooms. The new bedrooms have been upgraded to include high quality amenities, offering guests a new level of comfort.
The Spa at Castleknock Hotel features six new massage treatment rooms, BIOTEC skincare, seaweed baths and lots more which sounds ideal for clocking out from life for an hour or two.
While the redevelopment is complete, there are still some tweaks to be done so the spa won’t be fully ready until mid-January.
Local construction company BURNS Construction completed the development which has created 25 new jobs at the hotel.
Castleknock Hotel GM, Guy Thompson “The development means the hotel can meet growing demand from domestic and international visitors and the strength of the Dublin market.”
The development has increased capacity at the award-winning four-star hotel from 138 rooms to 190. 38 rooms are ‘deluxe rooms’ with upgraded amenities; three are deluxe executive suites with a four-poster bed and Jacuzzi bath.
The Spa at Castleknock Hotel was built with one purpose in mind: opulence. Guests can relax and unwind with a massage, facial, nail treatment, makeup and tanning session, BIOTEC skincare, or a seaweed bath in one of six dedicated treatment rooms.
The Spa is stocked with Elemis and VOYA products, both premium brands that use natural, organic ingredients.
You're in very good hands too as the Castleknock Spa team have been trained by some of the beauty industry’s top talents, including facial expert Amanda Conroy and Nicola Hill, Elemis’s highest ranked international body trainer.
The Spa complements the hotel’s recently refurbished leisure centre, which features an 18-metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, and a gym newly equipped with modern machines and upgraded dressing rooms.
This will be surely on the treat list when it's ready in 2018.