PureGray Spa opens at The Merchant House, Bahrain

The facility's focus is on enhancing emotional and physical balance

The spa is dedicated to using only non-toxic products to support beauty and wellbeing and to make a positive impact within the wider community
The spa is dedicated to using only non-toxic products to support beauty and wellbeing and to make a positive impact within the wider community

Hotelier Middle East sister title Middle East Beauty has reported that The PureGray Spa is now open in The Merchant House in Bahrain, the country’s first boutique hotel to be awarded a five-star rating.

The all-suite property is situated in the heart of Manama’s old town and is part of upscale Campbell Gray Hotels.  PureGray Spa’s holistic approach for residents looking to relax the mind, body and soul.

The spa consists of two treatment rooms for facial and body treatments, using natural oils and organic and eco-friendly products, which are sourced from ethical and sustainable sources.

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Speaking to Middle East Beauty, the Merchant House’s general manager Justin Kim wqas reported as saying that he believed that the existence of their “exquisite little haven is set to become a popular urban retreat in the city of Bahrain, where visitors can come to properly tune out of the stresses of daily life

The spa is dedicated to using only non-toxic products to support beauty and wellbeing and to make a positive impact within the wider community.

Throwing its support behind local industries, PureGray Spa features artisan Bahraini company, Green Bar. The facility also works with Spanish luxury skincare brand Natura Bissé that develops treatments for specific skin concerns.

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