Rixos Hotels to turn pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The hotel chain will feature offers in partnership with Al Jalila Foundation’s #PINKtober campaign

 Offers include the 120 minute Pretty In Pink massage and facial which is a customised treatment curated to treat skin problems and provide hydration
AbacapressAlex Jeffries
Offers include the 120 minute Pretty In Pink massage and facial which is a customised treatment curated to treat skin problems and provide hydration

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Rixos Hotels will turn pink throughout October in support of Al Jalila Foundation’s #PINKtober campaign.
 
Offers include the 120  minute Pretty In Pink massage and facial which is a customised treatment curated to treat skin problems and provide hydration. 

The Barry’s x Rixos Premium Dubai offering features a fitness class, lunch at Greek restaurant, Ammos, a complimentary pink ‘Fight Like a Girl’ mocktail on arrival and complimentary pool and beach access during the day. Taking place at Azure Beach, participants are encouraged to dress in pink and sweat it out for a good cause.

Rixos The Palm Dubai Hotel & Suites extends a ‘Be In the Pink! custom anti-stress facial and aromatherapy massage combo whereby a part of proceeds will be dedicated to the Al Jalila Foundation.

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