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Renew for the Journey Ahead With Services of the Saray Spa in Dubai

Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites' Saray Spa Announces Spa Package Specials

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES -- (Marketwired) -- 03/28/14 -- Take relaxation to the ultimate level with amazing 4-star comforts of the Saray Spa conveniently located inside the Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites, an impressive deluxe hotel in Dubai.

Offering professional services, the Saray Spa makes it easy to garner some well-deserved rest and relaxation and is ideal for an affordable ladies 'spa day' with friends that could easily include a brunch of bubbly and Dubai shopping.

The spa's team of international therapists offer treatments finely crafted to provide relaxation for the body and mind that will allow guests to renew themselves for their journey ahead through the use of sensual and aromatic elements such as olive oil, sandalwood and mint. Unique body treatments, facials targeting specific skin types and massages designed to melt away tension and restore a state of balance and harmony are among the many services offered. While popular treatments include the Swedish massage, deep tissue and fruit enzyme facials, the Saray Spa also offers services reflecting Arabic healing rituals such as The Saray Hammam, Silk Road Massage and Arabic Coffee Awakener.

Perfect for local residents looking for a well-deserved escape from every day doldrums or world business travellers to Dubai for corporate events seeking relaxation after a long trip or endless meetings, the spa's extensive menu has something for everyone. Setting the stage for a calm and relaxing experience, guests are greeted with smells of orange and frankincense, while the flickering of candlelight dances within the boutique spa's six lavishly-appointed treatment rooms.

Current Spring-inspired spa packages are priced at just AED 425 and include:

  • 60 minute Swedish Aroma Massage plus 30-minute facial
  • 60 minute Coffee Scrub and Wrap plus 30-minute facial

Special pricing on Saray Spa massages for the third quarter of 2014, include:

  • Custom Deep Tissue priced at AED 380 for 90 minutes or AED 300 for 60 minutes
  • Traditional Swedish Aroma at AED 380 for 90 minutes or AED 300 for 60 minutes
  • Fragrant Stone Massage at AED 400 or AED 350 for 60 minutes
  • A 30-minute Back Massage plus a 30-minute Mini-Facial priced at just AED 395

Overlooking Dubai Marina with spectacular views of the Palm Islands, and conveniently set among hotels near Jumeriah Beach, Dubai Media City and Internet City, the Saray Spa's location inside the Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites along with exemplary pricing make it a perfect destination for pampering relaxation.

About the Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites

The Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites welcomes travellers to the UAE with exquisite accommodations ideal for extended-stay needs. Conveniently located just 30 minutes from Dubai International Airport, the hotel's spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom suites are lavishly appointed with full kitchens, marble bathrooms and plenty of living space for a comfortable and productive stay. Ideal for corporate housing, the lodging features three restaurants, a fitness centre and outdoor pool in addition to its relaxing Saray Spa.

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