Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm introduces wellness deals

The offers include signature treatments by AMRA

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm introduces wellness deals that include signature treatments by AMRA
Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm introduces wellness deals that include signature treatments by AMRA

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah has introduced three wellness and spa offers for the summer.

The deals include a day retreat package which features access to the swimming pool and food and beverage credit.

The AMRA hammam offer which is a 120-minute experience. It comprises the spa’s signature massage and a Pearl Purifying or Gold Rejuvenating treatment.

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Finally, the ‘Daycation’ package, includes access to the swimming pool and a couples retreat at the Waldorf Astoria spa featuring pearl or gold treatments by AMRA. The offer also comes with a three-course meal at the hotel’s Italian restaurant, Social by Heinz Beck.

All offers are valid from July 1 to August 31, 2019.

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