Therme to open new water park, spa resort and beach in Trafford, Manchester | Messenger Newspapers

2022-06-10 21:58:27 By : Mr. xianyun Wu

Therme has announced its new well-being resort, complete with a water park and 35 slides, which will also include an urban beach.

The resort in TraffordCity announced the news at the Manchester Marathon on Sunday, April 3. 

In addition to a ‘next generation’ waterpark, thermal bathing, and a wellbeing spa, there will be immersive digital art, an on-site urban farm, and botanical gardens.

New CGI images of the Therme Manchester indoor resort and spa coming to TraffordCity have shown the vision for the country’s first all-season indoor beach, which is billed to include ‘lapping waves’ and ‘soft sands’.

Stelian Iacob, Senior Vice President of Therme Group and CEO of Therme Group UK said: “Our commitment to bring Therme Manchester to the UK is as strong as ever.

“Expert independent studies have shown the hugely positive economic and social impact that Therme Manchester will have, helping to create jobs, economic prosperity and bringing health and wellbeing to the daily lives of millions of guests.”

Therme is aiming to submit its revised plans to Trafford Council in the summer.

Construction of the development is scheduled to begin in 2023 and it is expected to take around two years to build. 

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