Westin Dubai to offer Italian spa range
Dubai, April 23, 2008
The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina’s Heavenly Spa will offer the exclusive Italian spa range [Comfort Zone], when it opens this summer.
Only a select number of Westin spas may carry the Heavenly Spa name, which promises the highest standard of spa care and adherence to a number of requirements and brand standards, all aimed at providing a holistic approach to total relaxation and rejuvenation.
The Heavenly Spa brand has an exclusive agreement with [comfort zone], a luxurious Italian product range that uses only natural ingredients.
“At present we are the only hotel in Dubai to offer the [comfort zone] range. The brand is exclusive to five-star spas and cannot be purchased outside of the spa environment,” said Spa manager, Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina, Roberta Griffiths.
The [comfort zone] range incorporates a sun-care, bath-care, home-care and men’s range. The products are attractively packaged and the treatments on offer cover a full spectrum of spa treatments including facials, massage, body wraps and manicure /pedicure.
The Heavenly Spa at the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina will offer 11 spa treatment rooms; separate male and female relaxation areas; a luxurious double treatment room; Vichy Shower; dedicated men’s and women’s changing areas with steam, sauna and Jacuzzi; spacious reception area incorporating a Juice Bar and Spa Café; fully equipped gymnasium including state-of-the-art Kinesis equipment; and a balconied chill-out area overlooking the beach.
Decorated in neutral tones of grey and beige, accented with the use of natural textures and materials including wood and stone, Heavenly Spa at the Westin will provide a perfectly calm environment, focused on balance and harmony.
The Heavenly Spa’s treatment menu will include a list of nurturing massages and exquisite skin treatments, such as relaxing facials, firming wraps, and invigorating scrubs. It will also include the signature Rollerssage treatment.
Complementary activities, such as yoga and aerobics classes, as well as workouts using the very latest in Kinesis equipment, along with healthy food and beverage options, complete the spa offering.
Opening early this summer, The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina will offer the full array of Westin's signature products, services and amenities including The Heavenly Bed, WestinWORKOUT Gym, Kids Club, Express Checkout, and the new Sensory Welcome, comprising white tea scents, muted music, soft lighting and botanical products.
The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina will feature 294 rooms, including 216 deluxe rooms, 52 Westin Executive rooms, and 24 suites, in addition to a spa, a health club, four bars and four themed restaurants.
The resort is located on a stunning 1,200 metre private shoreline and will feature a 238-berth marina, a 150 metre pool with a lap pool and children’s shaded pool, a water sports centre, a sailing academy and facilities for deep sea fishing and boat chartering. – TradeArabia News Service
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