with the new year well underway, it’s easy to forget those resolutions we made over a month ago but now, the Wesyin’s newest address in Al Habtoor City, Dubai makes wellbeing really simple.
The wellbeing spectrum can either come in the form of skincare, fragrances or organic products (which Neom Organics’ Founder Nicola Elliott explains in an exclusive interview with Buro 24/7 Middle East), but at the Westin Dubai, wellbeing comes through the hotel’s finest and luxurious amenities.
Nestled along the iconic Sheikh Zayed Road and with breathtaking views of the Dubai Canal, the hotel is the perfect destination for a revitalising experience. At 41-storeys tall, there’s a selection of deluxe rooms, executive, presidential and heavenly suites that are the ultimate sanctuaries: think cream-coloured walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, exquisite furniture and an entertainment room with a media wall and pool table.
Instead of staying at the hotel, you can also get your wellbeing fix through the wide range of culinary options on site. There are six delectable venues to choose from and you can indulge in the very best of the world’s cuisine. With a selection of all-natural ingredients, health-friendly options and bespoke juices and drinks on offer, these fix-me-ups are the perfect way to feel good without feeling guilty.
Considered to be one of the largest spas in Dubai, Heavenly Spa by Westin Dubai is there to revitalise and energise whoever walks through its doors. Offering a range of wellbeing treatments, as well as relaxaing facilities (like a sauna, steam, couples section, duo hammam room, two hot tubs, two sensory showers, and heated loungers), each spa element is designed to stimulate the senses and nourish both body and mind, perfect for those who are looking for the ultimate wellbeing experience.
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