it only works on their mobile app and you need to book same time when you create the user ID. If you create user ID on web and then go to mobile it treats you as existing user even though you have just created user ID and have not done any booking
I used to work in their head office
Hmm. Nothing in the two towns closest to me so searched the whole county. It found one nail treatments place that matched the search. Aye right! It was in Keighley, Yorkshire - a mere 145 miles away. Not impressed 🥴 (lol)
I'm fairly unfamiliar with HUKD's but it seems to me the deals are rarely legitimate. I clicked on 'get deal' and cheapest offer from this hotel is £73 per person ... This happens with most 'deals'. Am I missing something?
There's a Hilton in Shavland?
Agreed, but I'd rather spell it Silicone. Best thing to do is slip in one side and straight out the other. XD ============================================== As to them calling the new shopping centre The Lexicon, the last time I looked a lexicon was a "collection" of words, not a "collection" of expensive shops and restaurants. The deal may very well be a deal (if you arrive with your eyes closed and never leave the hotel, except to go home) but, if this were my idea of a fun night away, I'd choose somewhere more pleasant for my treat, even if it cost a few quid extra?
New shopping centre, the Lexicon which has lots of dining and cinema etc
Posted 5th Mar 2018Posted 5th Mar 2018
One Night Reviver Spa Break for 2 People at Mercure Norton Grange Hotel Inc Breakfast & Dinner £60pp (£120) via Treatwell - more in OP£120
Thought this might be lovely for a Mother / Daughter experience for Mother's Day, there is even availability for the night of 11th March at time of posting. Treatwell have quite a … Read more
Hi, would anyone know if they check the children's ages if one slightly over?? Do you think it's worth the risk, do they check!!!?
the entrance to warwick castle, do you get a voucher to show at the door, or just show email from booking??
Nope - deal still running
price seems to stay the same if you select privilege room...whats better, privilege room or suite?
Posted 16th Aug 2016Posted 16th Aug 2016
Edit 22/8 Overnight Stay in an Executive Room + Breakfast & Dinner + Use of Spa facilities + 20% off ALL Spa Treatments + 4 Tickets to Warwick Castle £149 for Family of Four (£37.25pp) + EXTRA 10% Off for NEW Customers @ Treatwell (£149
Edit 22/8 New Customers can get extra 10% Off with code SPAAUG241 making it £134.10 for family of 4!! Thought this an amazing offer for what you get for the price of £149 for a Fam… Read more
Previously known as Wahanda, Treatwell was launched in 2008 by Lopo Champalimaud. The aim is to bring together salons from all over the country on one website, listing the treatments available and their special offers. Customers can connect with any salon that’s registered to the site, then browse treatments and make bookings through Treatwell. They now work in partnership with over 10,000 local salons, spas and hairdressers.
Where to book with Treatwell
Treatwell is based entirely online and bookings are made through their website at www.treatwell.co.uk, however, the listed salons all have physical outlets located around the UK. To find a participating hairdresser or beauty therapist near you, go to the Explore Salons section on their website, then choose the treatment you need from the drop down menu. Next, navigate left to the salons listed for that specific treatment.
What’s available on the Treatwell website?
To enable their customers to find the treatment they want at salon that’s convenient for them, Treatwell has divided the services they offer into seven sections:
Hair: In this category Treatwell lists a variety of hair treatments, cuts and colours, from Brazilian blow dries to personal consultations and keratin conditioners. There’s an explanation of each, so you know if the treatment is right for you and a list of venues where they are offered. Hair removal: Treatwell includes an explanation of the different types of hair removal in this section. You can find out more about facial and male waxing, along with threading and laser removal. There's a link to other types of hair removal and a list of available salons. Massage: Customers can learn more about Stone, Thai, and Aromatherapy massages in this category. A Massage Insider Guide and a link to other types of massage with available salons is also included. Nails: Manicures, pedicures and gel nail treatments are detailed in this area, along with information on the type of pedicures you might prefer and inspirational nail looks. A link takes you to other nail treatments and a list of the salons that offer them. Face: From facials, to microdermabrasion, eyelash extensions and brow shaping, this is where Treatwell list all their facial treatments. They include a makeover section and a link to other facial treatments, including the locations where you can make a booking. Body: Here Treatwell list their range of tans, wraps and exfoliating treatments for the body. There are also many steam rooms and saunas, and a section on summer looks. If you click through to the other body treatments, there is a list of salons providing them. Spa days and breaks: If you’d prefer to spend an entire day or more at a retreat, then this section under Spa Breaks is where to look. There is a list of available getaways, articles on which to choose, and a long list of locations within the UK.
Treatwell UK – Booking Beauty
Brands Which are Available Through Treatwell Bookings
The Treatwell website mentions a number of brands that can be found at its partner salons, here is a list of the top ten:
On the Spa Days and Breaks section of the Treatwell website there is a section offering 50% off regular prices. In other sections there are many extra offers including deals of between 10% and 50% off full prices. These are spread throughout the site. They also provide regular promo codes on special days like father’s day, discounts for students, and reductions on spends of over a certain amount. These are promoted on their various social media pages, in customer e-mails, and on their website.
Arranging a Treatment Through Treatwell
When you make a booking through Treatwell you need to open an account by giving your personal details, but you can choose to opt out of their beauty news e-mail. As a member you can select a nickname and an avatar for interacting with the rest of the Treatwell community. You can leave reviews of the salons you visit through treatwell.co.uk and pose beauty questions to other users. The Treatwell website provides a huge amount of information on each treatment offered. It lists all the most popular options and also many unusual therapies, each of which are illustrated with guides and images.
Paying for Treatments on the Treatwell Platform
After you have selected a venue, treatment, and time for your visit, you have three payment options. Treatwell accepts Visa, MasterCard, and American Express credit cards. Alternatively, you can use PayPal, and some salons also allow clients to pay upon arrival.
How does the Treatwell Booking System Work?
With Treatwell each salon has an online diary that’s linked to the website. You can see when slots are available and there’s also a price list. The software is synched with both the salon and Treatwell, so when you make a booking through the site, it is immediately visible to the salon as well. All you need to do is take along your order number or show the conformation e-mail you’ll be sent after the booking is finalised.
If you make an appointment for a specific time and date, Treatwell have a 24 hour refund guarantee. If you change your mind within 24 hours you are usually entitled to a 100% refund, paid back via the original method of payment. After 24 hours a credit note for the full value will be offered, these are valid from 6 months after they are issued and can only be redeemed with Treatwell online. All refunds are subject to a Partner Cancellation Policy, this means that partners may have their own policies with regard to cancellations, these are available at the time of booking and their decision is final.
Following Treatwell on Social Media
Treatwell is very active on social media with a number of accounts that are used to chat with the clients and publicise offers or new treatments.
If you have a problem or a question about any aspect of the Treatwell service, you can contact them via phone on 0330 1003515. Their offices are open between 8am - 8pm Monday to Friday, from 9am – 6pm on Saturdays and 10am – 6pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays. Alternatively, you can e-mail them at email@example.com, or look for answers yourself by reading through their FAQ pages.
Customers looking for the best prices can browse the dedicated Treatwell page at HotUKDeals, where all their latest promotions, codes and bargains are listed.