Halcyon House is known for its coastal luxury, but now the beachside hotel has unveiled its latest addition to the public, opening its doors to the Halcyon Spa.

Set against the northern coast of New South Wales, Halcyon Spa features treatment rooms, a tranquil relaxation area, full amenity change facilities and a dome-shaped steam bath. The boutique spa is positioned on the ground floor of the hotel and has been decorated with a selection of fashion, wellbeing and skincare items.

The Halcyon House spa focuses on inner and outer wellbeing, seeking to unite mind, body and spirit. Guests will experience renewal in a tranquil seaside environment along with traditional facial and beauty therapies. Architect Virginia Kerraige is the design brain behind the Halcyon House spa design, with her previous works including designs for Paper Daisy Restaurant. The crisp white walls and signature archways spread across two levels, focusing on accents of Moroccan mosaics, polished timber floors and eye catching textiles and furniture. Relaxation areas and meditation courtyards surround the spa, enabling guests to take their personalised spa journey from the refines of the spa to the open landscape of natural sounds and scents.

Halcyon House Spa uses products from Australia skincare brand Sodashi, which are 100 per cent natural, chemical free and sourced from the earth and sea. Sodsahi’s range also includes extracts and essential oils from the purest and highest grade. The Halcyon House also houses their custom aromatherapy oils, designed to relax, detoxify and relieve tension.

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