Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort reveals new spa director

Galina Antoniuk is the resort’s new spa director

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Hotelier Middle East’s Sister title Middle East Beauty has reported that Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort has hired Galina Antoniuk as spa director.

In her role, Antoniuk is responsible for overseeing the operations of the spa, which includes 24 treatment rooms alongside with Turkish Hammam facilities for females, males and couples.

Antoniuk leads a team of skilled therapists to offer guests an array of massages, scrubs, facials and wraps, designed to showcase a blend of Arabian and Asian traditions, with many treatments using indigenous products.

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She is also responsible for the resort’s 'Balance' programme, which reportedly offers bespoke wellness packages to target guests’ specific needs, whether it is weight management, revitalisation, relaxation or detox.

With more than 20 years’ experience in luxury spas, Antoniuk brings with her a “deep understanding of the industry and a passion for wellness and travel”.

Prior to joining Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort, she worked as director of spa and wellness at the five-star Kempinski Emerland Palace, overseeing the pre-opening and its successful launch. Other previous experiences includes various spa and wellness director roles at Le Royal Meridian Beach Resort and Spa and Grosvenor House Hotel.

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