The Address Hotels + Resorts, the five star premium hotel brand launched by Emaar Hospitality Group sets an all-new definition for global standards of luxury. Creating a distinct positioning with the brand philosophy of ‘Where Life Happens’, The Address properties are situated in the most vibrant locations and target corporate, leisure and group travellers – particularly the international jetsetters and global high achievers who value personalised luxury.
Spring spa treatment at The Address Hotels + Resorts to provide revitalised experience
This spring, The Spas at The Address Hotels + Resorts, the flagship hotel brand of Emaar Hospitality Group, will offer a revitalising spa treatment that offers the benefits of the healing power of tea.
Focusing on the regenerative quality of white tea, the stimulating attribute of black tea, soothing properties of red tea, and antioxidant potentials of green tea, The Spas at The Address Downtown Dubai, The Palace – The Old Town, The Address Dubai Mall, and The Address Dubai Marina, have unveiled a luxurious treatment ‘Tea of Spring Spa Package’ that offers clients the rejuvenating effects of tea.
Jurgen Baumhoff, Chief Operating Officer, Emaar Hospitality Group, said: “The award-winning spas at The Address Hotels + Resorts provide a variety of revitalizing treatments for guests, assuring them that the finest ingredients are used with professional methods and attention to detail from the dedicated teams is always prevalent. The newest therapy is part of their commitment to offer novel experiences for guests.”
The 120-minute treatment commences with the Nepalese Tea Exfoliation, followed by the Singapore Massage, and concludes with the Green Tea Facial.
The Nepalese Tea Exfoliation treatment encompasses a scented paste of apricot oil, shea butter, bamboo powder, and Complexe des 4 Thés (4 Teas Elixir), leaving the skin revitalised and radiant.
Aimed at delivering a relaxing and surreal experience, the Singapore Massage uses a tri-massage method: Chinese massage for tension in the back, Malaysian progressive massage of the abdomen, and the Indian massage with the Kansu bowl eliminates body heat, guaranteed to invigorate the body’s balance and energies.
Evolving through phases, the Green Tea Facial begins with cleansing of the skin through removal of make-up, gentle steam, and exfoliation; followed by a de-stressing face mask using green tea compresses, and finally a massage focusing on the upper body.
Visitors can benefit from the ‘Tea of Spring’ special package at an introductory rate of AED 765, and obtain access to The Spa facilities, with separate Gents and Ladies changing room, steam room, and relaxation areas. The treatment culminates with a refreshing selection of fresh, candied, and dried fruits, as well as a choice of herbal tea and uplifting water infusions.
Furthermore, the therapeutic experience of tea can continue at home with a complimentary Themae Organic Face, Body, and Hair Oil, infused with extracts from tea, upon purchasing two Themae products from any of the spas.
The Spa at The Address Downtown Dubai, located on Level 13 of the hotel, features eleven treatment rooms including a private suite for two and a dedicated Thai massage room. The award-winning spa at The Address Dubai Mall is designed to provide guests with holistic approach to mind and body with therapies including signature body treatments created by renowned international brands. The Spa at The Palace - The Old Town offers oriental treatments in a unique Arabic décor. The design of The Spa at The Address Dubai Marina is complemented by superior service standards ensuring that guests have a superior sensory experience.
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