Dubai, UAE : With the weather wreaking havoc on body and mind alike, Retreat Spa is offering four utterly fabulous summer specials, giving you four divine excuses to escape the heat! It’s all about refreshing, relaxing and revitalizing from now until the end of August!
Nestled on the 4th floor of Grosvenor House Dubai, Retreat Spa provides an unsurpassed and balanced approach to wellness; the spa is a source of tranquility, the gym invigoration and the terrace pool complete relaxation. It is no wonder that the Retreat Spa is known as a real treat for the all the senses.
Retreat Spa Summer Specials
Chill Out, relax and refresh at Retreat Spa this summer.
Beat the heat and indulge in a luxurious treatment at Retreat
Satin Shimmer, Body Sculpting plus Eye Contour
2 hrs/ Dhs. 890
Reflexology or Massage, Express Refresh Facial plus Eye Contour
2 hrs / Dhs. 800
Back Massage, Express Refresh Facial plus Scalp Massage
90 mins / Dhs. 550
Express Refresh Facial & Eye Contour
60 mins / Dhs 500
Packages are available from 1st June until 31st August 2011.
This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion or discounts.
All bookings are subject to availability. Please kindly book you treatment in advance.
To book treatments and for more information, please visit us at the Retreat Spa, located at 4th Floor of Grosvenor House, or contact us on Tel: 04 3998888 ext. number 6761/6762/6763
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