Cottons Hotel and Spa, Knutsford has unveiled a pop-up partnership for a limited time only with Britain’s luxury skincare brand, ELEMIS.
From October 1st until December 31st 2019, the four-star hotel will host a one-stop experience for gifting and relaxation. The Cottons x ELEMIS pop-up will bring the widely-reviewed and revered BIOTEC facial to its Spa for a discounted price where customers can save almost £100 on a course of three treatments.
In the spirit of giving, individual 55-minute BIOTEC treatments can be purchased for £55 instead of the usual £80 one-off price. BIOTEC is one machine with five technologies offering radiance renewal and line eraser facials for the smoothest skin possible. ELEMIS has combined high-potency actives and hands-on therapy with the science of bio-electric technology to deliver what they describe as ‘a new generation of facials’.
The Spa at Cottons will also carry a range of ELEMIS’ best-selling products, ideal for gift ideas in the run up to Christmas. On 18th October and 27th November, the hotel will host Special Events where representatives from ELEMIS will be on-hand offering SkinLabs - personally prescribed skincare advice, BIOTEC demonstrations and Christmas gifting workshops.
Cottons Hotel and Spa is part of The House of Daniel Thwaites collective and Group Spa Manager, Gemma Barratt commented: “Pop-ups are a great way for our clients and community to sample what’s new and interesting in the world of beauty. ELEMIS is a globally recognised and respected brand so we’re thrilled to have them on board for our first foray into pop-up beauty events. The Spa at Cottons Hotel is award-winning which we’re very proud of, but BIOTEC technology is something completely new to what we currently offer so it’s an exciting progression. What better time to launch a skincare pop-up than in the run up to party season when people generally want to look and feel their very best.”
Last year, Cottons Hotel and Spa in Knutsford was named top Luxury Hotel Spa in the UK at The World Luxury Spa Awards. Over £1.5million has been invested in The House of Daniel Thwaites’ six spas in recent years.