Review: Titanic Spa

If you’re looking for a hen night haven – this is the spa for you, girls!

Titanic spa review
Titanic spa review

If you’re looking for a hen night haven – this is the spa for you, girls!

If you’re looking for a hen night haven – this is the spa for you, girls! Set in the moody hills of West Yorkshire, this eco-friendly spa is easily accessible from Leeds, Manchester and even London. It’s spacious, unpretentious and relaxing and the therapists are friendly and experienced (the best firm back massage I’ve had in a while).

The treatment list is extensive with an excellent choice of brands – Elemis, Carita, NEOM and Decleor. Book yourself in for a Decleor Aromassage – a full body massage, releasing tension all over including the scalp (£89 for 85 minutes). Then make the most of the facilities - there’s dreamy Quiet Zone for serious snoozing and Heat Experience - a mud chamber and an invigorating network of heated and ice-chilled rooms.

Book one of the two bedroom apartments, which accommodate six. They’re huge with lofty ceilings, have their own fully-equipped kitchen and super comfortable beds for the best night sleep we’ve had in a while! We recommend bringing your yoga mat, a facemask, scented candles, DVD’s and eggs and bacon for a fry up the next morning.

As for the dining area – this is no detox spa – meals are home-cooked and delicious. There’s a great wine list, good puddings and a cheese board to boot. So, pack up your car with friends and facemasks and be prepared for the ultimate girlie get-away.

To book visit and look out for the latest offers on their monthly newsletter, or call 0845410 3333.


Lisa Oxenham

An award-winning health and beauty writer, stylist and creative director, Lisa Oxenham is one of the UK’s top beauty editors and the Beauty and Style Director at Marie Claire UK. With 20 years of editorial experience Lisa is a brand partnership expert, and a popular speaker, panelist and interviewer on a range of topics from sustainability to the future of beauty in the digital world. She recently spoke at Cognition X and Beauty Tech Live and is on the Advisory Board for the British Beauty Council’s Sustainable Beauty Coalition.

A well-respected creative director she works on celebrity, model and influencer shoots with the highest calibre of photographers, filmmakers, make-up artists and hairstylists to create timeless images, attention-grabbing videos, digital events and masterclasses. Most recently Lisa has directed covers such as Lily Cole and Jameela Jamil, films such as Save The Arts featuring Francesca Hayward and sustainable fashion shoots such as Be The Change. Supporting the beauty industry over the pandemic has been a top focus, directing the British Beauty Council’s six inspirational short biographical films for their Bring Back Beauty campaign.

Lisa is a wellbeing and beauty influencer with a focus on mental health and a large and engaged audience on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.