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'The Spa' at the Jordan Valley Marriott Resort & Spa opens

Travel News Asia 5 September 2003

"The Spa" located at the Dead Sea at the Jordan Valley Marriott Resort & Spa has just opened its doors. "The Spa" lies deep within one of the most dramatic and outstanding natural settings in the world. The Dead Sea which is at the lowest point on earth is definitely one of the most unique places on the planet. It is probably the most exceptional body of water, and its surroundings the most extraordinary.

"The Spa" at the Jordan Valley Marriott Resort & Spa combined with the unique healing properties and the remarkable landscape will work wonders on the human soul. The treatments at "The Spa" are carefully designed to incorporate the natural unique elements of the Dead Sea combined with E'spa products using hot and cooling therapies to cleanse the body and aid relaxation. A unique blend of heat experiences to relax and prepare your body and mind to combat the stresses and drains of modern day life and nurture a healthy balance.

The finest therapists from around the world will introduce you to a fresh and new holistic concept in total well being. Indulge in the luxurious natural serenity of the area. Allow yourself to be pampered from head to toe as you relax in this truly unique environment. Benefit from the therapeutic minerals sourced from the Dead Sea and relax in this perfect location to rebalance your mind, body and spirit and gain maximum benefit from your treatments.

Breathe the pure air, let your eyes linger over this fertile land and surrender yourself to the tranquility of "The Spa".

The Dead Sea's attraction is due to many factors, one of them being the mineral-rich waters and the thermal springs that flow into the sea. These waters have healing and beautifying powers. The special climatic conditions of the region and the tranquility of the surrounding desert induce a general feeling of well-being. The air is extremely dry while temperatures are high all  year round. The low altitude enriches the air with oxygen (l0% more than at sea-level). The low humidity, combined with the high evaporation rate of the Dead Sea water, increase the body's metabolic activity. In addition, the sun's harmful ultra-violet rays (UVA and UVB) are filtered at the Dead Sea, greatly reducing sunburn. Benefits from soaking in the Dead Sea are attributed to the purifying qualities of salt and minerals, drawing toxins from the pores of the body. It is an unforgettable experience.

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