Al Bait Sharjah offers experience for Emirati Women's Day

The female-only journey at the hotel in the Heart of Sharjah allows women to indulge in luxury

The female spa room at Al Bait Sharjah [2018 Pascal Reynaud / All rights reserved].
2018 Pascal Reynaud All rights reserved
The female spa room at Al Bait Sharjah [2018 Pascal Reynaud / All rights reserved].

Chedi's Al Bait Sharjah is highlighting its female-only experience to celebrate Emirati Women's Day on August 28, with a range of activities for its female guests to indulge in.

Prior to their stay, female guests can request for a women’s-only experience, wherein they are only attended to by lady team members – starting from their  arrival to the resort, all the way to being serviced by female housekeeping and waiting staff across the four dining outlets.

Al Bait Sharjah also allows guests to reserve a complete accommodation block (up to 10-12 rooms) making it the ideal destination for groups of women.

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The Spa welcomes women to a dedicated ladies’ area that offers three treatment rooms, a relaxation lounge, a hammam, steam and sauna (with hot and cold plunge pools) as well as an individual reception area and spa boutique. All spa products are organic and halal-certified.

The Al Bait Spa Membership can be presented as a gift on Emirati Ladies Day, which can be purchased for AED2040++ (US$556) for six different treatments, with other individual treatment prices available upon request. Guests can enjoy sessions of 60-minute ancient Balinese massage, cleansing hammam rituals and refining organic facials. Ladies can also indulge in manicures, Thai style foot reflexology and even receive a spa gift.

To complete celebrating the day in style, guests can indulge in the ‘tray for 2’ from AED175 ($48) per person served at The Café. Al Bait’s take on the traditional afternoon tea is served with a twist, including a tuna mille-feuille, caramel hazelnut mousse and popping chocolates, along with a glass of non-alcoholic bubbles.

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