2019 Leading Ladies of Sussex…

Park House’s Leading Lady of Sussex…

Maeva Imber, our Spa Manager, is featured in Sussex Life’s ‘2019 Leading Ladies of Sussex’ article.

Maeva has been at Park House for 3 years and manages our fantastic spa team. Maeva grew up in Paris and worked in a private members club in Connecticut, USA, as well as for a London hotel, before moving to West Sussex. She gained a Hotel Business Management Diploma in Paris and is currently studying for her HR accreditation.

Maeva oversees all aspects of our exclusive spa, where membership is never more than 200 members, so that all members feel special and can fully enjoy the facilities, classes and treatments on offer.

Facebook testimonial from a regular spa guest:
“Maeva the wonderful Spa Manager and all her girls. Wonderful service from them. They make you feel so special at Park House and can’t do enough for you. I love the place. It’s a true tonic for me personally. Thank you Maeva.”
(2nd March 2019).

For further details on our membership and to join our exclusive waiting list, please click here.

Our luxurious spa includes:

  • 15-metre mother-of-pearl indoor swimming pool
  • jacuzzi
  • gym
  • four treatment rooms
  • relaxation room
  • steam rooms
  • sauna
  • par 3, 6 hole, 18-tee golf course
  • putting green
    Refreshments are served all day and we provide complimentary robes, towels, herbal teas, water and fresh fruit.

    A personal trainer is available on request, please contact us for details and prices.

    From May to September we also offer a range of outdoor facilities:

  • outdoor heated swimming pool
  • pool bar
  • 2 lawn tennis courts
  • 2 bowls greens
  • croquet lawn
    Spa Opening Times

    Monday to Friday 7 am – 9 pm | Saturday and Sunday 8 am – 8 pm

    Treatments | Monday to Sunday 10 am – 6 pm

    To book or for further information please call our spa team on 01730 819000 or email.

    Our award-winning 5 bubble spa offers a selection of spa day experiences for guests to enjoy, for full details see here.

    To read the full article on Maeva and the other ‘Leading Ladies of Sussex’ see here.