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You can now book a Harry Styles-themed spa day in his UK hometown

Want to eat, drink, relax and even smell like the boyband icon? The Abbot Hotel in Redditch has you covered

Rosie Hewitson
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Rosie Hewitson
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We all know someone who’s utterly obsessed with Harry Styles. From middle-aged mums and preteens to fashion types and ironic lesbians, the boyband heartthrob-turned-serious solo artist (and masculinity-redefining style icon) has a curious power to inspire maniacal devotion among fans.

That’s something one English spa hotel in the singer’s birthplace is hoping to capitalise on. Head to the Abbey Hotel in Redditch, Worcestershire, and soon you’ll be able to eat, drink, relax and even smell like the Gucci-clad dreamboat himself – thanks to a brand-new Styles-themed spa experience.

Costing £75 per person, the ‘Watermelon Sugar High’ experience will include full use of the spa’s leisure facilities for the day, plus a complimentary ‘Breathe Me In’ candle to take home. It has been specially designed to smell like the singer, who famously wears Tom Ford’s Tobacco Vanille cologne, and will also burn in the spa’s treatment room.

Here, guests will be treated to a 25-minute full-body exfoliating treatment using watermelon, yuzu and pink beet scrub, plus a 55-minute ‘Adore You’ Elemis skin facial. (As far as we can tell this is just one of the spa’s regular facial treatments, soundtracked by a playlist of the singer’s biggest hits.)

After the treatments, guests will be able to unwind in the ‘relaxation room’ with a watermelon lemonade, before enjoying a picnic lunch prepared by the hotel’s chefs. No word as to what exactly will feature – except that it won’t contain any olives or beetroot, as Mr Styles apparently doesn’t like them.

Find out more about the ‘Watermelon Sugar High’ experience here.

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