A look at the Abu Dhabi spas now open and deals on offer
Spas in the capital were given the green light to reopen last week
Abu Dhabi residents looking for some much-deserved rest and relaxation can rejoice: spas in the capital's five-star hotels got the go-ahead to reopen last week, with safety guidelines in place.
Many of Abu Dhabi’s leading establishments have already reopened, some with tempting “welcome back” discounts. Thinking of booking yourself a day of pampering? Here’s what’s open and what’s on offer.
Anantara Spa, Anantara Eastern Mangroves
Offering treatments inspired by traditions across the Arabian Peninsula and Asia, the Anantara Spa is now open to the public, and has launched some new treatments to celebrate.
Reviving Wellness is a deep aromatherapy massage that focuses on detoxification and healing, while the Kati Vasti treatment, which draws on ancient Ayurveda techniques, uses warm oil to help with back pain. A Velvet Glow treatment includes a full body magnesium scrub and massage.
To make a trip to the spa even more tempting, Anantara Spa has a welcome back offer: guests booking a 60-minute treatment get an additional 30 minutes of pampering time, and a voucher for another offer on their second visit.
Open daily; 10am-11pm; Anantara Eastern Mangroves, Abu Dhabi; 02 656 1146; firstname.lastname@example.org
Atarmia Spa, Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi
The zen space at Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi is set to reopen on Monday, September 21. Facilities include nine large spa treatment rooms (some even have their own private outdoor terraces), an outdoor lap pool, a fitness room and more.
Guests can enjoy treatments such as the advanced technology HydraFacial (Dh1,392 for 105 minutes), perfect for those who haven’t had a facial in months or just need to de-stress. Or they can try Release, a massage that focuses on the back, neck and shoulders to ease tension (Dh339 for 30 minutes).
Open daily; 11am-10pm; Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi, Saadiyat Island; www.hyatt.com
Edition Spa, The Abu Dhabi Edition
Edition Spa has seven treatment rooms for those ultimate pampering sessions, and has just relaunched with several special packages.
The Glow Getter, a 60-minute massage, comes with a complimentary upgrade to 90 minutes for those booking between 10am and 3pm weekly (Dh495). Skinsational is perfect for those looking for a deep-clean facial and comes with a choice of a complimentary back and shoulder massage or healing sound therapy (Dh600). Meanwhile, those looking for a spa day can opt for the Spa and Sun Seekers offer, a 60-minute couples’ massage with pool access or a 90-minute upgraded experience (Dh990 per couple).
Open daily; 10am-10pm; The Abu Dhabi Edition, Marina Al Bateen, Abu Dhabi; 02 208 0000
Emirates Palace Spa, Emirates Palace Hotel
The hotel is known for its luxe offerings, and its spa follows suit with facilities including a Moroccan hammam, two Jacuzzis, two steam rooms and an ice cave.
The spa, which reopened on September 18, has now launched a variety of new holistic treatments that focus on anxiety relief.
Guests can indulge in the Abhyanga massage, a 75-minute Indian-inspired treatment that uses Ayurvedic oils, or try a 30-minute pressure point head massage for stress relief.
The spa also has a new 75-minute calcium and magnesium mineral therapy that includes a sea salt scrub and a mud wrap. Feeling like you need something more? The 90-minute therapeutic indulgence, a full-body massage featuring rice poultice bundles and menthol aromatherapy oil, or a 90-minute detox body ritual, might be just what the therapist ordered.
Open daily; 10am-10pm; Emirates Palace Hotel, Corniche Road, Abu Dhabi; 02 690 7978; email@example.com
Updated: September 21, 2020 05:47 PM