By Chris Jackson
Hotel company inks deal with Bangkok-based spa group for Hammam spas in upcoming properties.
Shaza Hotels has signed up with MSpa International to design and manage a range of spas across all of Shaza's upcoming Middle East properties.
The facility will include a traditional Moroccan Hammam with steam rooms and relaxation areas, with North African-inspired interiors and Eastern-influenced furnishings and spa fittings.
Shaza Hotels chief executive Christopher Hartley said MSpa, which owns the Anantara and Mandara Spa brands, had developed an international reputation for "innovative spa concepts and strong management capabilities".
"Our partnership not only underlines Shaza's commitment to excellence and innovation within the hospitality industry, but reinforces our pledge to provide the highest level of products and services to our clients," he said.
MSpa International chief operating officer Steven Conquy said: "Each Hammam Spa will draw its strength from the unique beauty and healing rituals of this culturally-rich region, providing an exotic oasis that complements the natural landscape of Shaza's distinct properties".