Westin Dubai Al Habtoor City opens Heavenly Spa

The spa at The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City has 20 treatment rooms across separate male and female areas

Heavenly Spa in Westin Dubai - Al Habtoor City.
Heavenly Spa in Westin Dubai - Al Habtoor City.

The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City has opened its 4,000m2 Heavenly Spa by WestinTM with 20 treatment rooms across separate male and female areas.

Spanning the entire length of the sixth floor of The Westin Dubai, the spa has high ceilings and uses natural elements in its design, with views of the city skyline and downtown area, including the Burj Khalifa.

Additional facilities include a sauna, steam room, dedicated couples section with suites that can accommodate side-by-side massages, duo hammam room, as well as a wet area with two hot tubs, two sensory showers and an array of heated loungers. 

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For the first time in the UAE, the spa will introduce FarmHouse Fresh, a Texas-based “Farm to Treatment” spa brand that uses organic and fresh picked ingredients that are up to 99.6% natural, and will also use Organic Pharmacy and Coola along with Chame D’Orient.

The spa will offer a range of massages, body treatments, facials and packages tailired to guests' needs. In addition, it will offer seasonal services, treatments and experiences.

Heavenly Spa also features a full yoga studio, with bamboo wood walls and natural accents, with a full schedule of fitness classes available throughout the day.

Amanda Schmiege, complex director of spa & recreation, said in a statement: “We have focused on bringing all the natural elements and fine details to the newest Heavenly Spa, while staying true to the wellness roots of the brand.

"We are seeking to engage all the senses and meet the variety of wellness needs in an environment truly suited for guests to embrace a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing."

the WestinWorkout® Fitness Studio will soon be available 24-hours a day, featuring equipment from Technogym and there will also be three rooftop swimming pools, including a splash pool for children at the Westin Family Kids Club.

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