Spa change at hotel could create jobs
A Bermudian spa is to take over operations at the Newstead Belmont Hills in a move that could create up to eight new jobs.
Three Graces Spa, owned by Roderick and Aisha Spencer, is working to revamp the spa at the Paget hotel. The firm already operate the Three Graces Spa Serenity at the Pompano Beach Club in Southampton.
Mr Spencer said: “We are very excited that the owners of Newstead Belmont Hills selected our locally-owned brand over the countless options available.
“The spa at Newstead is a perfect fit for the Three Graces brand. It truly is an escape from the everyday.
“There are spectacular views of Hamilton Harbour from the salon and treatment rooms.
“Combined with our dedication to providing quality services, we expect the new location to be a sanctuary of relaxation and rejuvenation.”
Mr Spencer said the existing spa's main aim was to provide clients with “an exceptional experience” and the firm planned to supply the same standard at Newstead.
He added: “We are introducing new treatments and product lines as well as searching locally to add to the amazing team that is already in place.”
Newstead Belmont Hills general manager Barbara Bushara, said: “We are excited to welcome Roderick and Aisha to the Newstead family as the operators of the day spa.
“They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge and share Newstead's strong commitment to outstanding service.
“We believe our guests will be very pleased with the Three Graces at Newstead.”
For more information about the spa or to book an appointment, phone 249-7119 or visit the website at http://www.newsteadbelmonthills.com
Three Graces is also available on Instagram @ThreeGracesBermuda and on Facebook.