Four Seasons provides exclusive spa offers
Dubai, November 14, 2011
Four Seasons will provide global and regional experts unprecedented access to its spas through exclusive offers and social media experiences, including the first-ever global Four Seasons Spa Week and a partnership with American Express.
The leading operator of luxury hotels and resorts plans to do this through an expert panel whose members have been anointed the “Curators of the Calm”, who will share their unique insights on latest industry developments and spa trends on Twitter and Facebook and offer spa tips to guests who check into Four Seasons spas on Foursquare, a statement from the hotel said.
In addition, it will also host the Four Seasons Spa Week (#FSspa) on Twitter and in spas around the world starting today (November 14) until November 18.
A series of Twitter chats will be hosted by the panel of experts from select international properties including senior spa director at Four Seasons Hotel Doha, Madeleine Olsson Nikitopoulos, the statement said.
The Twitter chats will focus on industry trends in categories such as aging gracefully and the growing male spa segment.
The hotel also offer guests the bliss of “me time”, enhanced with extra “free time” if a spa treatment is payed for by an American Express card at participating hotels and resorts including receiving 30 extra minutes of service while booking for a 60 minute massage. This offer is valid till March 15, 2012, it said.
Four Seasons Spas around the globe are consistently recognised with prestigious industry awards, including multiple wins in 2011 by Travel + Leisure magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, SpaFinder and Spa magazine. – TradeArabia News Service
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