Ireland’s Blue E book is Delighted to Announce New Wins 2022
Thursday, April 28, 2022.
Wins for Hayfield Manor Resort, Glenlo Abbey Lodge & Estate and The Ice Property at the 2022 Irish Tatler Wellness & Spa Awards
Ireland’s Blue Book is delighted to announce wins for Hayfield Manor Resort, Glenlo Abbey Lodge & Estate and The Ice House at the 2022 Irish Tatler Wellness and Spa Awards which took area on 25th April 2022 in Dublin.
Associates of the really most effective in Irish hospitality and wellness collected for the announcement of these prestigious awards that are intended to emphasize excellence and innovation in the spa industries. Irish Tatler Editor Jessie Collins mentioned: “The Irish Tatler Wellness & Spa awards supply those functioning in the spa and wellness industries the option to raise their profile and to recognise excellent staff associates.”
Rachel O’Malley at Beautique Spa at Hayfield Manor Hotel, Co. Cork took the 2022 title of Finest Therapist
Gemma Noone at Glo Spa and Wellness at Glenlo Abbey Lodge & Estate, Co. Galway been given the Soaring Star Award 2022
Chill Spa at The Ice Household, Co. Mayo was the winner of the Finest Spa Lodge, Connacht
About the Awards
The Irish Tatler Awards have been running considering the fact that 2015, with the wellness sector receiving a unique new focus for 2022.
The Irish Tatler Wellness & Spa awards offer you those operating in the spa and wellness industries the option to raise their profile and to recognise remarkable workforce associates. Shortlisted nominees and winners benefit from a large awareness marketing campaign that connects wonderful work with a broad readership.
About Ireland’s Blue Reserve
Ireland’s Blue Ebook is a selection of 59 Irish Place Property Resorts, Manor Residences, Castles and Restaurants. Positioned through the island of Ireland these charming and trendy hideaways are the excellent decision for your intimate escape or weekend retreat. Also provided in the selection are 4 of Ireland’s finest Michelin star dining establishments. For a lot more info and to e-book, go to www.irelandsbluebook.ie