Middle East's first spa by L'Occitane opens at InterContinental Fujairah Resort

The InterContinental Fujairah Resort is a beachfront property situated on the shoreline of Al Aqah Beach

The InterContinental Fujairah Resort.
The InterContinental Fujairah Resort.

The Middle East's first O Spa by L’Occitane has opened its doors at the new InterContinental Fujairah resort. 

Spa L'Occitane has three different categories - the Petite Spa, Flagship Spa and Spas by L'Occitane. 

The InterContinental Fujairah Resort is a beachfront property situated on the shoreline of Al Aqah Beach, beneath the spectacular backdrop of the Hajar Mountains.

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The luxury resort consists of a series of low-rise Arabesque village-style buildings. The resort’s 190 guest rooms and suites, including 44 Club InterContinental Rooms and 38 suites, feature expansive balconies.

InterContinental Fujairah Resort also offers a gymnasium, O Spa by L'Occitane, as well as four meeting rooms, a boardroom, a ballroom and two gourmet dining options.

 

 

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