The Ritz-Carlton RAK, Al Wadi Desert relaunches The Rainforest

The Rainforest offers 16 hydrothermal therapies and a range of wellness facilities

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The Ritz-Carlton, Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi Desert has relaunched the Rainforest spa located within the hotel on a 500 hectares nature reserve.

The Rainforest is a complete hydrothermal sanctuary combining European hydro-thermal culture with Middle-Eastern bathing rituals to create an experience. This includes a 16 hydro-thermal therapies and wellness facilities.

The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Al Wadi Desert offers an Oasis Al Wadi signature experience. This Arabian-inspired ritual uses local and traditional ingredients, designed to nourish and hydrate the skin.

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Other therapies offered at the spa include showers, aroma steam, brine cavern, bucket drench shower, Hamman, ice igloo, rain walk, sauna and more.

The Rainforest is open daily from 9.00am to 8.00pm. The Rainforest facility for AED 100 (US $27.23) per-person, per-hour for in-house guests. Outside guests will be charged AED 150 ($40.84) per-person per-hour. Children under 16 years are not permitted to use the hydrothermal facility at The Rainforest.

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