Water leisure exhibition, Spatex 2019, is designed for all those with a professional or personal interest in all things water and leisure.
Money can, of course, be spent like water but water can also generate a lot of money.
The demand for wet leisure is extensive and expanding all the time, not just in the domestic sector but the commercial too.
As the UK’s only dedicated water leisure exhibition, SPATEX 2019 is designed for everyone with a professional or personal interest in swimming pools, spas, saunas, enclosures and the world of water leisure in its widest context.
Attracting designers, architects, specifiers, hoteliers, leisure club managers, and many more, SPATEX 2019 at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena (Tuesday January 29th to Thursday January 31st) is a must-attend event offering a wealth of free expertise.
With over a hundred high quality exhibitors, drawn from the world’s leading wet leisure manufacturers and suppliers, SPATEX 2019 is an eye-catching shop window, showcasing all the latest innovations for the pool season ahead including the latest energy saving designs. Everything is under one roof for your convenience.
Wellness and making people feel good is what it is all about when it comes to hotels, spas and leisure facilities.
And if there’s one ingredient that singles out a facility from the crowd and secures repeat bookings, it is the quality of its water leisure provision, be it a spa, sauna or swimming pool.
Their inclusion is now widely regarded as fundamental to a resort’s success and they are the single best relaxation resource that a business can provide. A large part of that success begins at the planning and design stage.
Adding a few features, such as hydrotherapy jets and children’s play features, can elevate a swimming pool from the ordinary and provide a whole new dimension.
But it doesn’t just begin and end with pools and spas. The world of wet leisure and wellness now incorporates a diverse range of thermal bathing experiences from the caldarium and steam bath to the tepidarium and laconium.
Salt rooms, saunas, rasul mud rooms, hamams, foot spas and aromatherapy rooms are also becoming much more commonplace and popular.
Many of which can be seen at SPATEX 2019, visit stands GMT Mosaic Spas (D33), Alpha Industries (C4) and Niveko (C16).
SPATEX offers a free-to-attend double seminar programme on all three days, featuring a diverse range of topics that everyone involved in water leisure design will be interested in. CPD points and a certificate of attendance are available for all attendees.
On Wednesday 30th Jan between 13.15 – 13.35 there is a dedicated seminar in Arena 2 by FaulknerBrowns about the design and construction of Coventry’s new wet leisure attraction The Wave, due to be opened in 2019.
Need help with a project or design then please come to the SPATEX Help Desk.
Ericsson Exhibition Hall,
Ricoh Arena, Coventry
29 – 31 January