Victoria's Peninsula Hot Springs Is Launching Luxury Onsite Glamping So You Can Bathe and Stay
From December 1, you'll be able to pamper the day away, then spend the night in luxury.
With a suite of improvements and new features added over the past few years — an ice cave and outdoor stage included — the Peninsula Hot Springs has become quite the multifaceted destination. In fact, between the wellness therapies, spa treatments, holistic experiences, dining venues and many varied geothermal bathing options, there's more than enough on offer here to warrant an overnight stay. And soon enough, punters will be able to enjoy exactly that, with the first phase of the property's new glamping accommodation set to launch next month. From Tuesday, December 1, you can add a luxurious onsite stay to your Hot Springs itinerary.
Designed to accommodate two people each, the ten new luxury glamping tents are nestled amongst the natural environment, boasting thermally-heated concrete floors, custom-made furniture and beds decked out in plush linens. Guests will enjoy private ensuites and walk-in robes, complimentary in-room breakfast, and access both to onsite bathing and other wellness experiences. Plus, you can get involved in some of the exclusive glampers-only activities, like a 'salute to the sun' yoga practice and special 'fire and ice' sessions — a restorative therapy that sees you moving back and forth between a steamy sauna and icy plunge pool.
There are a trio of different packages to choose from, depending on how much pampering you think you need (or you can afford). As you'd expect, the luxury doesn't come cheap — but if you'd rather not wrap up an indulgent day of bathing and pampering with a trek back to the city or some offsite Airbnb, this new situation is a certain win. Prices starting from $650 per night just for glamping. There's also a $770 'glamp and dine' package, which is self explanatory. And, you can fork out $1260 per night for the most lavish experience — which includes a couples' spa treatment and chef's selection dinner.
And, when it comes to Peninsula Hot Springs' expansion plans, it doesn't end there. It's also planning to install a collection of bell tents offering yet more glamping options, along with new features including a food hub, outdoor exercise trail, additional relaxation cabanas and a series of wellness consultation tents.
Peninsula Hot Springs' new glamping offering will open to guests from Tuesday, December 1 — at 140 Springs Lane, Fingal, Mornington Peninsula. Head over to the website to make a booking.
Published on November 20, 2020 by Libby Curran