Zabeel House by Jumeirah, The Greens announces festive fitness deals

Including fitness classes, spa deals and body treatments

Access to the 12-day class is AED 500
Access to the 12-day class is AED 500

Zabeel House by Jumeirah, The Greens announced its selection of wellness offers for the fitness season.

12 Days of Fitmas

Throughout the month of December, the lifestyle hotel will run 12 separate classes. The 12 Days of Fitmas includes classes in yoga, Pilates, HIIT, outdoor training, cardio, and conditioning, as well as gym and pool access.

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Access to the 12-day class is AED 500.  

12 Days to Christmas Spa Offer

Taking place at the hotel’s organic Native Spa Club, the spa will offer discounts on its treatments and products.

Treatments include facials, sport massages and spa usage.

The sale commences on December 14.

Christmas Makeover

A Christmas-focused treatment is being offered at the hotel. The Christmas makeover is made up of a 2.5 hour treatment including body scrubs, a detox contouring wrap, aromatherapy massage, brightening facial and facial cupping.

The festive treatment is priced at AED 699.

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