AMARI Doha has opened the first Breeze Spa in the region offering guests an extensive array of treatments to put the bounce back in your step and a smile on your face. To coincide with the opening Amari Doha Breeze Spa has also internationally premiered its first menu of spa treatments dedicated exclusively to men, which following the launch in Qatar will be rolled out at Breeze Spa establishments across Amari’s numerous Thai properties later in the year.
The Breeze Spa offers a choice of massages and treatments specifically designed to appeal to both the seasoned spa aficionado as well as the wellness newcomer. Its signature Mood Massages and scrubs for both men and women were created to take the guesswork out of picking just the right massage, where visitors think about how they are feeling now and then imagine how they would like to feel.
Damian Ball, general manager, Amari Doha said: “Through the opening of Breeze Spa with its Vichy shower room, private Turkish bath, sauna and Jacuzzi, as well as Amari Doha’s vibrant hospitality services, we aim to bring the Amari ‘feel-good’ factor to as many visitors and residents of Doha as possible.”
Catering to local residents as well as international guests, the selection of treatments at Breeze Spa ranges from tackling jetlag for the business traveller to deep tissue massages for relieving stress. All treatments are applied by skilled therapists and tailored to suit the wellness requirements of each individual.
To celebrate Breeze Spa’s first opening in the Middle East, Breeze Spa will offer a Get into the Mood Package, which offer guests a 50 per cent discount on any of Breeze Spa’s Signature Mood Scrubs when they book a 60-minute massage. The limited offer is valid during the month of March.
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