Due to delay in ongoing construction work, leading spa chain Sevenseas, which was slated to open its first outlet in June has shifted the date of launch in July first week.
In an exclusive conversation with Wellness India, Sharma shared the shift in date of launch in Pune city.
“Then spa launch is now late around July 1st,” said Sharma on exchange of text message with WI Bureau.
Spread in an area of about 2,500 sq ft, Sevenseas Spa Pune was under construction when Wellness India bureau talked to Arpit Sharma, MD, Sevenseas spa chain.
Commenting on the his expectations from the Pune city for his wellness business, Sharma noted, “The huge potential is in II tier cities because in these cities, people have money but don’t have sources to spend, places to splurge on and we’ve realised after opening our spa in Bhubaneswar, our revenue was sky rocketing in the first year itself. We projected a certain amount of business, we got almost double the business in the first year itself and it’s the most profitable venture, if your get into profile percentage, is the most profitable venture we’ve ever done and that’s how we got an idea of targeting tier II cities rather than the top metros of India.”
Designed with a vision to provide tranquil retreat to the guests wrapped in luxury at affordable price, the spa has 6 rooms with open to daylight showers clubbed with high-class facilities like facial rooms, oil massage rooms, Turkish Hamam, Thai room (for exclusively designed therapies), foot massage and Pedi-mani stations, member only spa suite and much more.
Further, Sharma unveiled plans to announce the opening ofhis spa in Pune in a unique way.
“We are not doing a typical launch event. We are going to have a week-long opening event for our guests in which with special treatments, offers, give a ways and some great surprises would be revealed for the guests of a daily basis,” saidhe.
Reportedly, the brand is expected to open couple of more spas at Raipur, Jaipur, Udaipur, couple of places in Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand within the running year after Pune outlet’s launch.
“We looking at Indore, Nagpur, these are the cities where we really want to be present in.” concluded Sharma.