Hyatt offers short getaways during Eid
Dubai, August 17, 2010
US-based Hyatt Hotels is offering luxury holidays and rejuvenating spa treatments to Middle East travellers looking for a short break during the Eid festival.
As more travellers from around the region make last-minute bookings for short-break destinations, idyllic getaways combining first-class accommodation, delectable dining and relaxing spa remedies are all just around the corner, said Thierry Bertin, VP sales and marketing, Hyatt International, South West Asia.
“Travellers wanting to take a holiday during Eid are looking for destinations that are relatively close by and which offer the opportunity to sit back and relax while enjoying the first-class spa amenities that our hotels have to offer,” he added.
The Park Hyatt Goa Resort & Spa, located in the south of Goa in India, is set in 45 acres of beachfront gardens and is 15 minutes away from Goa’s Dabolim Airport.
A unique destination for those in need of a health, body and mind retreat, Sereno Spa, the most extensive spa in Goa, offers holistic treatments inspired by Ayurvedic and Yogic traditions in a sanctuary of tranquility, Hyatt said in a statement.
The Sereno Spa also offers creative remedies for body toning, eye care and anti-ageing are all on the menu, it said.
Middle East travelers looking to combine a relaxing well-earned break with adventurous day trips could do well to head to Egypt’s Sharm El Sheikh, according to the statement.
Set in 35 acres of land and the 471-room Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh offers a 2,500 metre three-pool complex complete with waterfalls, grottos and whirlpools, while its Club Olympus Fitness Centre & Spa provides saunas, Jacuzzis and steam rooms.
In Nepal, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, located 10 kilometers from the Tibetan Buddhist shrines, offers personal yoga lessons, a 1,600-metre jogging track and the largest swimming pool in Kathmandu, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service