Six Senses Zighy Bay unveils an array of summer and Ramadan highlights specially crafted with family travelers in mind which provide a series of unforgettable experiences for the whole family to enjoy. Many residents throughout the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) are looking for a unique break within the region for a short staycation and Six Senses ensures guests are left with memories to outlast the summer season.
Family Friendly Package
Six Senses Zighy Bay understands the value of family by extending complimentary dine and stay benefits to children under 12 years old when sharing their parent’s pool villa accommodations for a minimum of three nights.
The resort’s young guests can hang out at the Chaica’s Club, an exciting destination for children from 4 to 12 years old. There is watersports, Zighy Cinema, cupcake and pizza making classes, sand castle building, treasure hunts and learning about Arabian history and local culture. Parents can relax knowing that their children are embarking on their own adventures, supervised by expert staff.
The Family Friendly package is valid until September 30, 2014 excluding Eid holidays.
Six Senses Spa
Appealing to individuals seeking total relaxation or for families to enjoy quality time together, Six Senses Spa at Six Senses Zighy Bay offers one complimentary signature massage or facial when four treatments are purchased or two complimentary treatments when six are purchased. Guests can choose from the signature massage series such as detox, energizer, holistic and oriental or from the signature facial series such as nourishing, purifying and soothing.
The spa offer is valid until August 31, 2014.
Six Senses Zighy Bay welcomes the holy month of Ramadan with distinctive dining experiences. For the guests’ convenience, a special Suhour menu will be available in the privacy of their villas including a selection of freshly prepared pastries, organic yoghurt and lavish selection of homemade mezzes.
Staying true to Iftar tradition, guests are invited to break their fast with traditional home-grown dates before enjoying an array of traditional dishes such as Omani hares, beetroot hummus billahm, koussabilburgul with Omani salona or shua. Iftar is served at Spice Market.