THE Second Beer Spa International in Spain is set to open in Almeria in the next two months.
After launching the first Spanish Beer Spa in Granada three months ago, Beer Spa Internacional have reached an agreement to open a brand new venue in Roquetas de Mar’s Gran Plaza shopping centre, with the spa set to open in two months time.
Manager, Juan Jose Sanchez, told Spanish media they had chosen Roquetas as their next venue because: “it is a region with more than 90,000 inhabitants, almost half the capital, and with a very interesting tourist demand for this type of business that mixes health and well-being with leisure and fun.”
The ‘beer’ used in the baths, which is not suitable for consumption as it has not been fermented, is alcohol free but the antioxidants found in the yeast, malt and barley are believed to have many benefits for the skin.
However, while visitors are enjoying their relaxing beer-soaked spa, they can help themselves to on-tap self service beer and snacks.
The basic spas service costs €45 per person, while added extras are optional.
Beer Spa Internacional has signed agreements with two beer manufactures, Alhambra and Mahou San Miguel, to supply the beer with the project expected to cost between €100,000 and €125,000.
Sanchez has also revealed that after the Roquetas spa, more than “a dozen” further openings are planned across Spain during the rest of the year with Madrid, Alicante, Sevillla, Cordoba and Malaga all mooted as potential venues.