The Hilton Kuwait Resort, the international hotel group's latest property in the Gulf offers a range of luxury facilities.
The resort, which opened this summer, is part of the global hotel group's ambitious expansion drive in the region, which aims to have a Hilton in every city in the Middle East over the next few years.
The Kuwait business and leisure resort has one of the longest private beaches in the country and offered residential villas, long-stay apartments and a conference centre in addition to 147 luxury hotel rooms and suites.
The hotel's spa, Spa Tasters offers a variety of spa treatments.
The Traditional Chinese Massage works on the Chi to balance the body's essence. Pressure points are applied to the entire body to enhance and restore the body to its natural state of health and well-being.
The Swedish Relaxation massage involves a series of flowing massage strokes including gentle rocking and effleurage movements to send one into a deep state of relaxation.
The Deep Tissue Massage uses deep slow movements targeting the connective tissue to break up adhesions that cause pain and discomfort.
The Super Deluxe De-stress massage is a two-hour long head to toe massage using a variety of massage techniques and includes a refreshing treatment for hands and feet, a heat treatment and the use of aromatic oils.
The Aromatic Bliss Body Massage uses the therapeutic effects of pure essential oils penetrating into the skin leaving you relaxed.
The hotel also has the Sothys Body Care Programme, which features a Detoxifying Treatment, Freshness Treatment for Tired Legs, Bust Firming Treatment, Slimming Treatment, Aroma-Stim Body Treatment, Purifying Mud Wrap, Endermology - M6, Pressotherapy - Lymphatic Drainage for the legs, French Body Polish, Phlebetone, and a water jet massage.
The hotel also boasts a hydrotherapy regimen comprising the Dead Sea Salt Bath, an Aromatherapy Bath, and a Moisturizing Milk Bath.
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