Two luxury spas in Palm Jumeirah
Dubai, July 9, 2008
Two major spa projects are being planned for Dubai’s iconic Palm Jumeirah.
Dubai-based Seven Tides is developing the 2,800 and 2,900 sqm projects in collaboration with spa expert Schletterer Wellness & Spa Design.
Oceana Resort & Spa will be featuring the largest Thalasso-spa in the Middle East, using sea water for preventive and curative treatments.
This will comprise 2,900 sqm where a large variety of Thalasso pools will intersect with an underwater world projected onto transparent walls.
In addition, a two-storey Balinese-Asian spa village comprising 2,800 sqm will be situated in The Royal Amwaj Resort & Spa.
“Working with internationally experienced Schletterer Wellness & Spa Design will provide Seven Tides’ mix-used developments with world-class facilities and create an environment where well-being and relaxation meets residents and clients’ individual expectations,” said Seven Tides COO Malcolm Ross.
“Partnering with this key player is one of the ways that Seven Tides is differentiating its hospitality offering. Bringing world-class luxury to our projects is in-line with our corporate philosophy.”
Schletterer Wellness & Spa Design Middle East director Gerald Huber said: “We aim to strengthen our position in the Middle Eastern market. Partnering with Seven Tides, a developer with prestigious luxury developments on the Palm Jumeirah, is a vital first step.
“We are proud to bring our luxurious touch to Seven Tides’ developments through our spa expertise.”
The Royal Amwaj is a multi-use luxury development located on the crescent of the Palm Jumeirah, reproducing an exotic and intimate atmosphere via Balinese single treatment bungalows along with special wellness treatments and spa equipment.
A healthcare area will be situated within the Spa village and Holistic-Cocooning treatments will be available bringing a complete relaxation therapy scenario.
This treatment will include fascinating and fulfilling areas with light, sound projection and aromatherapy. The decorations as well as colours will complete the whole image of a Balinese island. The Royal Amwaj will be an exceptional facility for massages, and a complete array of body treatments offering therapy and relaxation.
Oceana Resort & Spa, located on the trunk of the Palm will feature two towers joined together by a glass bridge featuring a pool and spa area. This characteristic will outline the underwater world and aquarium look that will be projected on the glass front of this bridge.
The largest Thalasso pool area in the Middle East providing saltwater treatment, a new kind of seaweed treatment combined with integrated meridian stimulation and further special Thalasso treatments are some of the appealing treatments on offer.
Innovative services such as barrier reef bath, will procure an exclusive inhalation experience along with an aqua meditation room for a perfect relaxation experience with a water and light ceremony.
Seven Tides was established in Dubai in July 2004 with a commitment to bring property and hospitality together, introducing an innovative approach to integrated development. – Trade Arabia News Service
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