An incredible wellbeing resort is opening opposite intu Trafford Centre.
Spanning an enormous 28 acres, Therme Manchester will combine water activities with wellbeing treatments, art, nature and technology to create a "unique experience never before seen in the UK."
The tropical environment will feature waterslides, wave pools, steam rooms and exotic palm tree relaxation areas, along with warm-water lagoons, botanical gardens, swim-up bars and therapeutic mineral baths.
Water-based fitness, yoga and Pilates classes will also be on site, along with a range of bars, cafés and restaurants serving snacks, light bites and an à la carte service.
Costs for the project are set to topple £250m.
Stelian Iacob, Senior Vice President of Therme Group Worldwide and CEO of Therme Group UK, claimed the park "will transform life for city residents and people further afield, creating a fun and accessible experience with profound health and wellbeing benefits for all.”
Andrew Western, Trafford Council Leader, said: “We are delighted that this Therme Group development, the first of its kind in the UK, is coming to Trafford.
"It is a huge scheme which will be a fantastic addition to the area and supports several of the Council’s priorities including health and wellbeing.
"It will bring thousands of jobs to the borough and millions of visitors each year, who will benefit our local economy on a massive scale. We are proud that Therme Group has selected Trafford for this superb development.”
The park is hoping to attract around two million visitors per year - which would make it the most visited water-based attraction in Europe.
Therme Group is planning to open doors to their first UK park in 2023.