Palazzo Versace Dubai opens The Spa

Hammams, facials and massages now offered at Palazzo Versace Dubai

Palazzo Versace Dubai, The SPA.
Palazzo Versace Dubai, The SPA.

Palazzo Versace hotel Dubai has recently opened its new spa, called The Spa, featuring 1000m2 of wellness, according to a company statement.

The newly opened Palazzo Versace spa includes relaxation areas, seven luxury treatment rooms, one suite with private Jacuzzi for couples, one nail studio, two hammams, saunas, steam rooms, ice fountains and vitality pools.

The spa’s marble floors of Granito Nero Assoluto match the grey degrade mosaics and the white birch wood walls with mother-of- pearl details.

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The Hammams are designed to echo the Arabian well-being traditions and bath rituals.

The guests will be experiencing the old Middle Eastern ancestral beauty customs such as steaming, scrubbing and massaging.

Palazzo Versace Dubai, featuring 215 suites and the 169 residences opened in November 2015.

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