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Celebratory Package at ESPA at Yas Viceroy

ESPA at Yas Viceroy celebrates their 1st birthday with the launch of the new Celebratory Package.

This deeply restorative, pampering, treatment begins with tranquil time spent in the spa relaxation area. The private male and female lounges both overlook the world famous Yas Marina Circuit offering spa refreshments and access to steam rooms before a 60 minute ESPA Calming Massage. Using aromatherapy oils and hot stones designed to target muscular tension, the massage induces a deep state of relaxation and tranquillity. Next, an ESPA Rejuvenation Facial will refresh tired skin, giving it a noticeably brighter and more radiant appearance. Finally, the De-Stressing ESPA Oriental Scalp Massage will melt away deep-seated tensions.

Before and after the treatments, indulge in ESPAs award-winning facilities including, heat experiences, relaxation suites, and a rooftop pool.

The ESPA approach combines the best of ancient and modern therapies. Each treatment uses the finest quality ingredients and harnesses the natural healing elements of aromatherapy, hydrotherapy and Thalassotherapy.

ESPA’s highly skilled therapists will tailor each facial and body treatment to suit individual needs, with the sole aim of relaxing and rebalancing with optimum skin care results.

Rates from AED 650 AED per person, subject to 10% service charge and 6% tourism fee.

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