Four Seasons Riyadh renovates spa centre

Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre opens its newly renovated men's spa, designed by GA Design International

Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh unwraps a new look for its spa and wellness centre
Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh unwraps a new look for its spa and wellness centre

Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre has opened its newly renovated men’s spa, designed by GA Design International.

The spa now includes a new relaxation area, Oxygen Bar, locker room for treatment guests and a locker room for health club members, in addition to seven treatment rooms.

The Spa & Wellness Centre at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh includes a new décor scheme, adjustable tables and speakers that connect to devices allowing guests to play their music via Bluetooth.

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“The refurbishment of the Spa & Wellness Centre demonstrates the Hotel’s commitment to continually improving the guest experience,” says Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh senior director of spa Akram Al Kawasmeh.

The spa has also updated its menu of treatments, adding a selection of new offerings such as the Oriental and Sahara Massages, Royal and Moroccan Hammams, an array of new facial treatments and laser treatment for body slimming and contouring.

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