Leisure Resorts and Spas
Six Continets offers extensive choice
Luxury hotels group Six Continents offers an extensive range of spa facilities at many of its properties in the Middle East.Some of the leading spa properties of the group are: Al Bustan Palace Intercontinental Muscat: The spa at the Al Bustan Palace in Oman is scheduled to open in mid 2003. It will offer a fusion of East and West in terms of facilities and treatments. Luxurious treatment rooms will offer full range of face and body treatments for toning and relaxing. Exotic spa heat rooms with delicate aromatherapy scents will contrast dramatically with an icy 'igloo' which is designed to chill the body and leave one feeling refreshed and invigorated. A Rasul mud chamber will allow guests to apply a cleansing and exfoliating mud clay scrub to the body after which 'tropical rains' open in the Rasul chamber and wash the mud away. A small gym provides state-of-the-art cardio-vascular equipment essential for a balanced work out. The InterFit Spa at InterContinental Jordan: The spa opened in 1997 and offers guests a 'look good, feel good' formula for better living. It offers the latest in modern facilities, with 14 cardiovascular machines, 20 weight training machines, Jacuzzis, steam and sauna rooms, a 24-hour gymnasium, indoor lap pool, outdoor heated pool, private sun deck, and a juice bar. A wide range of beauty services and massages are offered and therapists perform a variety of treatments. The Wellness Club at Pyramids Park InterContinental Resort, Giza: The club was reopened in February this year after complete renovation. It offers guests traditional Swedish massage or therapy massage treatments designed to relieve particularly tired muscles. Other spa facilities include a complete range of cardio-vascular training equipment, free weights, and an aerobics studio in which a full programme of fitness classes are held.