Handpicked for you – curated deals for 5pm customers
Battered by rain and hail. Elbowed in the ribs by festive shoppers. Forced to drink Advocaat and dance to ‘Come On Eileen’ with your mad aunty on Christmas Day.
Winter has a way of wearing us all out.
That’s why you can earn major brownie points with a loved one this Christmas (including aunty) by surprising them with a reviving spa day.
This Big Deal from the 4-star Radisson Blu in Edinburgh includes a treatment and afternoon tea, making it a very deluxe treat for the new year.
Plus as it is available for one or two people, it would make a terrific gift for a couple as well.
Spa day in a 4-star hotel
Radisson Blu is based in the swish Edinburgh location of the Royal Mile. Inside, you will find plenty of comfort and luxury at the hotel’s Melrose Spa.
With this Big Deal for one or two people, guests can choose from a one hour full body massage or an Elemis facial, as well as full use of the leisure facilities.
Afternoon tea will include sandwiches, scones and a selection of cakes, as well as a choice of tea or coffee. Robes, slippers and towels are also included.
This Big Deal is available seven days a week until 30th March 2019.
Melrose Spa & Health Club is an impressive space designed to help guests relax, unwind and feel totally invigorated.
The ambient decor creates the perfect vibe for letting your cares slip away for a day.
Facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room, fully equipped gym and three treatment rooms.
Here is a recent rave TripAdvisor review for Melrose Spa at Radisson Blu:
‘Amazing experience at the spa and gym. Young man called Harry clearly helped a lot, always had a smile and very welcoming. Once we arrived 10/10 for him and I would 100% return to stay. Highly recommended it.’
Pampering Christmas present
This Big Deal for one or two people makes a very flexible gift. You could either give it to a loved one who would value some solo me-time or to your favourite couple.
Or you could treat your other half or bestie to it and keep your fingers crossed that they’ll take you along with them (of course they will — it would be cruel not to!).