Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas launches summer day-pass

The pass offers guests access to spa treatments, yoga classes and more

Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas launches summer day-pass
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas launches summer day-pass

Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas has launched a summer day-pass that provides guests with access to fitness and wellness facilities.

Fitness enthusiasts can participate in yoga classes, join a fitness program, access the swimming pool and beach and leverage massage treatments at Atarmia spa.

Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas’ general manager, Doris Hecht commented: “We recognize the importance of fitness and wellbeing. At Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotels and Villas, we have a dedicated lifestyle and wellness manager who can curate fitness packages for guests. While guests are visiting the Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi, they can take advantage of the Atarmia Spa. Treatments include muscle-stretching massages and the signature detox program that uses organic products to remove toxins.”

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Hecht explained that the property has created programs to encourage healthier lifestyles, incorporating yoga, tennis, water-sports, strength building classes and more. The results-oriented programs strengthen and tones the core muscles and reduce body fat content. Guests redeeming the day pass can take advantage of complimentary classes.

The daycation pass also includes access to Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotels and Villas’ resort services and luxury amenities.

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