New spa ritual at Park Hyatt Dubai
Dubai, October 10, 2010
Amara, a spa in Park Hyatt Dubai, has introduced Volcanic Freeze, a thermal spa ritual that uses both hot and cold treatments to induce relaxation and restore youthfulness to the skin.
The ritual commences with a Hand and Foot Rose Petal Bath (15 minutes) in one of the
luxury suites, after which an hour long massage is given with smooth volcanic stones which have been warmed.
Guests can revel in the comforting sensation as the stones’ penetrating heat combined with the therapeutic benefits of the essential oils used dissolves muscular stress and tension, said a spokesperson.
After the massage, comes a Cryo-Therapy Age-Defying Facial for 1 hour and 45 minutes. This unique facial incorporates a firming, anti-inflammatory eye treatment and introduces the exclusive Cryo-Therapy ice cubes, the new generation of neuro-cosmetics, she said.
Active plant serums, masques and aromatic complexes combined with a specialised drainage massage restore instant youthfulness to the face and eye area, she added.
Guests can also enjoy complimentary refreshments from a menu that includes Amara signature Salad of Romaine Lettuce, Cucumber, Tomatoes, Olives, Peppers, Apple and Feta Cheese Tossed with a Honey-Lemon Dressing; Crisp Baguette with Isigny Brie, Tomato and Apple; and Spicy Glass Noodle Salad with Minced Chicken and Lime, to name just a few. There's also a choice of Seasonal Fruit and Berries or Haagen Dazs ice-creams.
The Volcanic Freeze is a 3-hour treatment regime.
Amara features eight spacious luxury suites, including three couples’ suites, each with its own private outdoor terrace, lounge area and indoor/outdoor rain showers. It also offers a 25-metre swimming pool featuring a series of built-in palm islands.-TradeArabia News Service
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