Definition of 'spa'
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This is not to say that a spa town property will inevitably outperform. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Our dream is to run a spa hotel. The Sun (2013)Many of the smarter hotels in the classier resorts offer spa facilities. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You may soon run a health spa in the sun together. The Sun (2013)Everyone else in this spa town finds their loyalties torn. Times, Sunday Times (2014)At a spa or resort we sign up for the strangest things we can. The Sun (2015)You can also use the health club and spa facilities. The Sun (2016)The resort also has a health spa and three golf courses. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Staff in the small health spa looked distraught. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But there are many others for whom the main appeal of the spa town is its steam railway. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Mum and dad can enjoy three championship golf courses, a spa and six places to dine. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Winner of a raft of environmental awards, the hotel has a spa offering organic treatments. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Or just relax at the resort 's spa village which has won countless awards. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The spa town of Malvern is five miles away. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The spa town lies in an area where rugby union, cricket and racing hold sway. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Back to the hotel for the spa facilities, a tasty meal and to sink a few drinks. The Sun (2014)Guests also have full access to the resort 's spa and sauna with treatments at an additional cost. The Sun (2009)It is expected that many will be rented out, providing the basis of a splendid hotel resort with a spa. Times, Sunday Times (2007)What sends people to spas? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Many top spas expect people to come on their own but it is worth checking in advance, ditto any single supplement. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But for most visitors, it is the thermal hot springs and volcanic spas that offer the best way to rest and relax. The Sun (2013)I hired out a hotel and spa for 80 people. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This four-star hotel offers a spa and transfers to Gatwick airport. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'spa'
British English: spa /spɑː/ NOUN
A spa is a place where water with minerals in it bubbles out of the ground.
The spa is famous for its water.
- American English: spa
- Arabic: يَنْبُوعٌ مَعْدَنِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: spa
- Chinese: 温泉
- Croatian: toplice
- Czech: lázně
- Danish: spa
- Dutch: mineraalbron
- European Spanish: balneario
- Finnish: terveyslähde
- French: station thermale
- German: Kurort
- Greek: σπα
- Italian: terme
- Japanese: 鉱泉
- Korean: 온천
- Norwegian: spa
- Polish: uzdrowisko
- European Portuguese: spa
- Romanian: izvor termal
- Russian: минеральный источник
- Spanish: balneario
- Swedish: spa
- Thai: สถานที่ที่มีบ่อน้ำแร่
- Turkish: ılıca
- Ukrainian: курорт із мінеральними водами
- Vietnamese: suối nước khoáng
Definition of spa from the Collins English Dictionary
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