Millennium Resort Salalah launches the Zanta Spa

The spa features a Jacuzzi, hammam rooms and a sauna

Millennium Resort Salalah launches the Zanta Spa
Millennium Resort Salalah launches the Zanta Spa

Millennium Resort Salalah has launched its spa called the Zanta Spa.

The spa features five therapy rooms, three rooms dedicated for women and two rooms for men, hammam rooms, jacuzzi steam and a sauna.

Experiences at the spa feature massages, body treatments, Pevonia spa menu selection, spa packages, hammams and beauty services.

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Each of these experiences last from 15 minutes to four hours depending on the treatment a guest chooses.

Elaborating about the spa treatments, Zanta spa’s manager, Cholarajan Srinivasan said:  “Our special massages and treatments that include herbal and aromatherapy will not only leave you deeply relaxed and revitalized, but the exotic fragrance will transport our guests into a different world altogether. At Millennium Resort Salalah, we are driven to offer our guests an out of the world experience and wit Zanta Spa we aim to do just that.”

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