Sofitel Dubai the Palm launches ‘Wellbeing at Sofitel Spa’ packages

The packages include a 180-minute detox treatment, a customised IV drip therapy and access to spa facilities

The programmes will offer guests wellness and detox options for one or two-and-a-half days
The programmes will offer guests wellness and detox options for one or two-and-a-half days

Sofitel Dubai The Palm has launched a wellness concept called the ‘Wellbeing at Sofitel SPA’.

The programmes will offer guests wellness and detox options for one or two-and-a-half days . 

The one day option includes, an introduction to 'Sofitel Wellbeing', features a check-in at the spa at 7.30 am followed by a yoga session and meditation on the beach and breakfast. The experience is inclusive of  wellness consultation with a doctor and nutritionist, a 180-minute detox treatment on a quartz bed, oxygen therapy and personalised IV drip therapy, ending the day with a dinner.

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The ‘Sofitel Weekend Detox package which lasts for two-and-a-half days features a healthy dinner, a consultation, oxygen therapy, personalised IV Drip and a 180-minute Sofitel Detox Treatment, rounded off with breakfast, lunch and dinner.

On the last day of the programme, the experience concludes with a 150-minute treatment which includes a hammam body wrap, detox massage on a quartz bed and further oxygen therapy, combined with a personalised IV drip.

Guests will also have access to the spa’s indoor and outdoor pools including a therapeutic experience and plunge pool as well as sauna, hammam and steam room.

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