Unwind at The Spa at The Palace – The Old Town, the five star premium retreat located in Downtown Dubai, described as ‘The Centre of Now.’ Choose from a range of treatments to tailor-make your preferred spa experience.
Choose from five treatments that can be broken down to 20 minutes each, giving you 100 minutes of sheer relaxation, in addition to full-day access to the Oriental Bath House, inclusive of the steam room, Jacuzzi, and outdoor pool overlooking Burj Lake.
- Hydrating 1000 and 1 Night Facial
- Leg Revitaliser
- Sensation Eye Treatment
- Intense Glycolic Face Peeling
- The Palace Scalp Ritual
- Foot & Ankle Massage
- Oriental Body Scrub
- Hot Stone Massage
- Back and Neck Massage
- Stress Relieve Thai Stretches
Visitors can also indulge in a selection of herbal tea, fruits, and dried fruits.
Date: Weekdays (From April 1 to September 31, 2012)
Time: 9am to 10pm
Price: AED 500
For reservations call +9714 428 7888.
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