The Jumeirah Zabeel Saray hotel is home to the biggest hammam in the Middle East, but is bigger always better when it comes to relaxation?
If you are looking to unwind after a stressful day or want to beat back the jet-lag of an overseas trip, Dubai has more than a few spas to choose from. There is a five-star hotel on almost every street corner, a bevvy of boutique spas opening in popular residential areas, and even new services that will deliver a masseuse directly to your door. In Dubai, getting a massage has never been easier.
But there is one spa that does things a little differently. It's the winner of a huge number of awards, for both its sheer size and its unique treatments (it was awarded the 'Most Unique Treatment' badge of honour by Condé Nast Johansens for its 'Snow Room'). It's built over several floors and decorated tastefully with marble, hard woods, mosaics and murals. And it's beyond grand; complete with 42 treatment rooms, steam rooms, saunas, two thalassotherapy pools and the aformentioned snow room.
Everything about Talise Ottoman Spa is lavish and opulent, from the candle-lined corridors to the luxurious changing rooms. It's an oasis of calm if every oasis came with a baffling array of relaxation and rejuvenating treatments, and some of the most attentive staff in the emirate.
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