The Wren’s Club forms part of the wonderful riverside Sir Christopher Wren’s Hotel and Spa and is a great destination for an overnight spa break or an indulgent spa day.
Although the spa doesn’t have the pool and wet rooms often associated with the popular spas, the Wren’s Club makes up for it with the most wonderfully relaxing riverside restaurant and lounge areas in the main hotel, as well as a cosy relaxation room and a jacuzzi courtyard, and we would particularly recommend this spa if you would rather not spend the day parading poolside in a bikini!
Facilities offered by The Wren’s Club:
Three treatment rooms
The Wren’s Gym: Three floors dedicated to health and fitness within the Club. The first two floors are fitted with modern Precor cardiovascular and weights equipment.
The Club uses a computerised fitness-monitoring programme to ensure that you always get the most out of your workouts.The third floor has been designed as a stretch and relaxation area where Pilates and Yoga classes are held.
Our day started with a welcoming cup of herbal tea in the candle scented relaxation room.
Having changed into robes and slippers and filled in medical cards we were escorted to the treatment area to try the Jessica Manicure and Pedicure, a Decleor facial, and a wonderfully relaxing massage, all delivered by well trained skillful therapists.
The Wren’s Club has a really relaxed feel to it; more so than almost any other spa we have visited. The therapists and receptionists were chatty and approachable, while maintaining the appropriate degree of professionalism; a difficult balance to achieve.
The jacuzzi and sauna are both accessed from an outside courtyard, but there is something refreshing about using a jacuzzi outside.
Lunch was served in the main hotel restaurant and was a reason in itself to visit Sir Christopher Wren’s. The food and service was impeccable, and was followed by coffee on the sumptuous sofas of the adjoining lounge.
We would particularly recommend this spa to mothers and daughters wanting an lovely day out, and with it’s fantastic location in the very centre of Windsor, a visit to the Wren’s Club could also be combined with a morning of shopping.