Anantara The Palm Dubai launches refurbished spa

Spa to offer a few firsts amidst a list of several types of Asian treatments

The Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort's spa.
The Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort's spa.

Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort has launched its newly expanded spa.

The two-tier spa offers an Asian-inspired theme and has opened with an additional six treatment rooms, bringing the total to 24, as well as new male, female and couples’ hammam facilities.

The spa will have two levels of treatments, which includes an Ayurveda suite and couple massage rooms, amongst many other treatment rooms. Also on offer will be the Turkish-styled hammam facilities.

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“We are the first spa in the region to introduce Microsilk technology, the bathing experience beauty experts are calling ‘the Fountain of Youth’. Guests will have the option to upgrade their hammam experience and enjoy the oxygen-rich micro-bubble bath, which is a patented process that supersaturates the water with billions of bubbles, raising oxygen levels up to 70% higher than common tap water, increasing metabolism and promoting the growth of skin cells,” said Jean-Francois Laurent, general manager, Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.

“The Royal Hammam experience is an East-meets-West combination performed in the couples’ Turkish hammam and treatment room, and epitomises our years of Anantara Spa expertise and the age-old therapies originating in the Middle East,” said Afrah Hamdy, director of spa, Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.

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