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The Gails Hotel unveils plans for new couples spa breaks

The Gails Hotel, near Irvine, has unveiled its plans for new autumn spa breaks for men, women and couples. 

Si! Spa at The Gailes Hotel has gained its reputation as Ayrshire’s award-winning luxury spa and wellness destination, offering a collection of over 50 personalised treatments, day spa packages and overnight spa breaks. The new day spa ‘Be Two-gether’ package offers a double treatment room for couples to relax and rejuvenate together this autumn and Si! Spa’s ESPA face and body treatments for men are specifically tailored to mens’ skin type, each one designed specifically to ensure men experience the best physical and therapeutic benefits depending on their needs. 

SimpsInns, which owns and operates a collection of award-winning hotels, restaurants, bars and leisure activities around Ayrshire, is the driving force behind Si! Spa and The Gailes Hotel. 

Supporting around 250 local jobs, SimpsInns has invested over £2.5m across its portfolio of venues around the Ayrshire Coast during the Covid-19 pandemic to enhance quality and the overall visitor experience, including The Gailes and Si! Bar:Restaurant, near Irvine, The Waterside Hotel at West Kilbride, as well as Old Loans Inn, near Troon.

Malcolm Simpson, Director of SimpsInns, which includes The Gailes Hotel and Si! Spa, said: “We’re really excited to be launching our new luxury spa packages for men, women and couples this autumn, as well as growing our reputation as Ayrshire’s award-winning spa and wellness destination.

“Since our recent £2 million makeover, we’ve quickly established Si! Spa as the perfect oasis to escape the stresses of everyday life and take back time for yourself to relax, rejuvenate and renew. 

“We’re committed to exceeding our guests’ expectations and are regularly investing in our hotel and leisure facilities. We look forward to welcoming overnight guests and day visitors from around Ayrshire, across Scotland and the rest if the UK this autumn and beyond.”

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