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Grand Millennium Dubai Enhances Spa Service for Local Residents

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 8 February 2011

The Grand Millennium Dubai has added a new perk to its VIP Service for visitors to the Jasmine Spa.

The Red Carpet Extended deal, valid with immediate effect, offers free pick-up and drop-off for any spa guest booking a 60-minute treatment, covering all residents within the Al Barsha area of Dubai.

According to general manager, Alex Kassatly, the offer aims to extend the effects of spa therapy beyond the time spent in the treatment room, We know our guests benefit from the range of massage and beauty options on offer, but too often the effects of these relaxing therapies are lost immediately after they leave the hotel to fight the traffic on their way home. By treating spa guests to a free transfer to and from their residences, they can truly enjoy the treatments, from start to finish.

Located on the 18th floor of the hotel, the Jasmine Spa features Jacuzzi and sauna, a beauty salon and nine treatment rooms including an authentic Moroccan hammam.

Therapies available include lymphatic drainage, Ayurvedic, Thai, Balinese, hot stone, sports and reflexology massage as well as micro-dermabrasion, seaweed, coffee and other aromatherapy wraps, facials, manicures and pedicures. Tailored programmes for cellulite reduction, stress management, slimming and firming, plus waxing, after-sun, mens treatments and one-, three- and six-day packages are also on offer at the spa.

Located near the Sheikh Zayed Road in the Tecom district of Dubai, the Grand Millennium Dubai is equally convenient for beach, golf and city, just 20 minutes from the international airport and adjacent to the Dubai Metro.

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