Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, Abu Dhabi launches rebranded spa

Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, Abu Dhabi launches rebranded spa

The facility is built on ancient eastern healing traditions and personalised therapies

Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, Abu Dhabi has rebranded its spa to The Spa at Mandarin Oriental. 

The spa's five pillars of wellness are nourishment, movement, wellbeing, connections and stillness.

The hammam is the cornerstone of Arabian wellbeing traditions and there are three hammam rituals inspired by Moroccan and Turkish heritage available at the spa's Royal Hammam.

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Among the other highlights available at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, is the Oriental Qi signature treatment and the destination-inspired Essence of Abu Dhabi.

The spa also offers treatments employing a range of brands including OTO CBD, Tata Harper and 111Skin, and will host 'Mindful Meetings' and retreats with visiting wellness practitioners. 

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental

For children six years and older there are 'Fatima and Friends' spa treatments, which use organic, chemical-free products to pamper delicate skin with subtle fragrances. 

Covering an area of 500 square metres with nine private treatment suites, The Spa has additional outdoor space at The Hideaway Spa Cabanas, nestled by the resort’s beach to offer an outdoor setting complemented by the sound of waves. 


Commenting on the rebrand, Emirates Palace Mandarin Oriental, Abu Dhabi general manager Michael Koth said: “We are delighted to welcome guests to experience The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi, which seeks to build upon the hotel’s distinctive legacy while introducing unparalleled wellness experiences and therapies for our valued guests. 

"Guided by the legacy and expertise of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s wellness therapies, The Spa takes our collection of specially curated treatments to the next level and is set to become an icon of wellness and holistic healing in the region.”

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