Therme is coming to TraffordCity, Manchester

The UK’s first city-based wellbeing resort will combine hundreds of water-based activities with wellbeing treatments, art, nature and technology

Plans for Therme Manchester at TraffordCity have now been approved and is due to open in 2023 opposite The Trafford Centre.

A unique experience never before seen in the UK

The UK’s first city-based wellbeing resort will combine hundreds of water-based activities with wellbeing treatments, art, nature and technology to create a unique experience never before seen in the UK.

The central focus of the project is a two-acre garden in the shape of a Rose, the national flower of England. This bio-diverse garden for all seasons will be an evolving work of art, withpetal-shaped terraces and beautiful pools and water features.

A large family zone will include waterslides, a wave pool, indoor and outdoor pools, steam rooms, exotic palm tree relaxation areas and dozens of other fun, relaxing and healthy activities, all in a perfect tropical environment.

Therme Manchester botanical gardens and pool

Spectacular botanical gardens

A dedicated adults’ area will have warm-water lagoons among spectacular botanical gardens, swim-up bars, therapeutic mineral baths, steam rooms and saunas. Daily programming will include water-based fitness classes, and beautiful gardens will surround the area, creating spaces for yoga, Pilates and other activities.

A wide range of individual wellbeing treatments will be available, with programmes tailored for guests of all ages and needs. With advanced body scanners and skilled therapists, each guest can have a unique programme designed especially for them, inspired by traditions from across the globe.

There will be a range of bars, cafés and restaurants offering everything from snacks and light bites to à la carte service. Menus will be expertly created to appeal to all visitors while offering healthy choices that both adults and children will love.

Watch the Therme Manchester video

A sneak peek of how Therme Manchester will look and what you can expect when it opens.

Hundreds of water-based activities with wellbeing treatments, art, nature and technology

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