Meliã Desert Palm Dubai reveals three spa packages

The customised treatments feature organic essential oils

The summer packages at Meliã Desert Palm's Samāna spa offer customised treatments that feature organic essential oils
The summer packages at Meliã Desert Palm's Samāna spa offer customised treatments that feature organic essential oils

Meliã Desert Palm Dubai has introduced three packages at the Samāna spa this summer.

The Girl’s Day Out package features a 60-minute deep tissue or Swedish signature massage followed by an afternoon tea.

The Men’s Grooming package includes services provided by an in-house salon called Style & Co that features a 30-minute haircut or hot towel shave and a 30-minute Samāna foot reflexology or back massage.

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The hotel also offers the half day and full day retreats that combine a 60-minute deep tissue or Swedish massage, body polish or cleansing facial and lunch at Epicure, the hotel’s bistro.

All packages feature body treatments that incorporate products from VOYA, formulated to brighten and detoxify the skin and facials that use products by Eminence Organics, designed to provide anti-aging corrective measures. Treatments also use a variety of Tisserand organic essential oils that the guests can choose from at the Aromatherapy Bar.

Spa guests also get access to facilities such as the steam room, sauna, ice room, infinity pool, heated beds and chrome therapeutic showers.

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