Saturday 19 January 2019

18-year-old opens new spa at Malmaison Cheltenham

Reopening under new management, Malmaison Cheltenham’s spa and beauty centre will now be known as Gee’s Beauty.

After closing its spa in 2018, Malmaison Cheltenham’s health and beauty offering is reopening under the new management of 18-year-old Georgia Mae Kent.

Set to open its doors on Thursday 8 November 2018, Gee’s Beauty will offer a range of premium pamper treatments inside the stylish hotel, and even give clients the chance to use the hotel’s steam room for 30 minutes, completely free, before their treatment.

Using REN Clean products, Gee’s will specialise in manicures, brows, lashes, pedicures, facials and massage, and even plans to offer a loyalty card scheme for returning customers.

Guests can also enjoy a 20 per cent discount off cocktails and food in Malmaison’s Chez Mal Brasserie.

Having operated the business from inside Cheltenham’s Honeybourne Gate retirement apartments for the last 16 months, Gee ‘grasped the opportunity to move with both manicured hands.’

For more information call 07557 371773.

© SoGlos
Thursday 08 November 2018

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