The Spa at Five Palm Jumeirah
It has one of the widest range of treatments aimed at specific types and areas of trouble, such as jet lag therapy, sleep improvement and body de-stress massages, as well as guided meditation.
Visitors can also enjoy the adults-only rooftop pool featuring hydrotherapy jets that ease out remaining knots. The spa is open from 10am to 10pm, and prices for treatments start at AED200.
The Spa at Palazzo Versace Dubai
The glamorous spa decked out in white birch wood walls, mother-of-pearl details and Versace furnishings is where you go to spoil yourself. We recommend the Kundalini massage which delivers on its claims to be ‘ideal for emotionally exhausted souls.’
Enjoy the dreamy Jacuzzi situated below a starry-lit ceiling, before heading to the hotel’s Italian-style pool with Roman columns, signature Medusa mosaics and Dubai skyline views. The spa is open from 9am to 11pm.
The Bulgari Spa at Bulgari Resort Dubai
The recently opened hotel boasts a rather pricey spa, but the experience might be well worth it, as visitors can enjoy other facilities in the 158,000 sq m property, including an indoor heated pool overseeing city views, La Spiaggia beach club and a yacht club overlooking the 50-boat harbour.
Treatments at the spa live up to the hotel’s luxurious brand, and include 5-hour ‘majestic’ hammam experiences.
Armani/Spa at Armani Hotel
With treatments tailored to destress, the spa at Armani is the right getaway for worn-out individuals. The Mu body massage is especially designed to relieve physical and mental tension.
The design by fashion genius Giorgio Armani makes it all the more soothing, with minimal yet lustrous elements such as all-black showers. The best part, of course, is the chance to relax at the outdoor pool in the Burj Khalifa, where the hotel is located.
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