Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, the Ottoman inspired luxury resort located on the astonishing Palm Jumeirah, today announces the launch of a brand new treatment menu at its award-winning spa.
Tucked away behind imposing and ornately carved turquoise doors, The Talise Ottoman Spa is one of Dubai’s best-kept secrets, Having opened in January 2011 and frequented by stars including Nicole Scherzinger and Myleene Klass, it is one of the largest and most luxurious spas in the Middle East, boasting 42 individual treatment rooms and three traditional hammams across 8000m². The new menu takes Talise Ottoman Spa to the next level of indulgence, featuring 22 unrivalled treatments that have been specially created to encompass essential elements of both modern and traditional spa experiences. Priced upwards of £70 for a traditional hammam, new additions like the Coffee Peeling Hammam and Rain Forest Renew Facial deliver a unique twist on established favourites.
In the palatial surroundings of the Spa, crafted marble, ornate mosaics and stunning murals combine with the heady scent of exotic oils and enigma of hushed spa walkways to create a touch of romance. And, with exclusive treatment rooms and a private hammam area available on the mezzanine level of the spa, this designated couples’ floor provides an idyllic backdrop for a Valentine’s treat. Or, for when the love bug strikes later in the year, our romantic collection of treatments can be expertly tailored to anniversary celebrations or just an afternoon of quality time together.
For the gentleman getting ready to woo his loved one, the Spa has also added a selection of innovative and results-orientated experiences for men to the menu. Utilising sophisticated grooming products and techniques designed especially for male guests, treatments include A Gentleman’s Face, Monaco Massage and Black Diamond Experience.
- Talise Ottoman Spa’s new selection of culturally inspired treatments and exclusive collection of Talise Signature experiences and spa packages, are available to book from January 2013.