Dusit Doha Hotel announces the reopening of Devarana Spa

Dusit Doha Hotel announces the reopening of Devarana Spa

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Dusit Doha Hotel announces the reopening of its exquisite Devarana Spa from September 15. The unique Thai-inspired haven of relaxation, located on the 29th floor of the hotel, will reopen with 30% capacity, in line with the second stage of the fourth phase of the gradual lifting of restrictions, as per the directives of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI).

This luxury oasis, boasting a unique culture where “East-meets-West”, is distinguished by offering Thai-inspired health and beauty practices, enhanced by the use of high-quality products and herbal preparations crafted from fresh natural ingredients.

Devarana Spa’s unique offering is based on traditional Thai methods that include healing and therapeutic effects to enhance the relaxation element of each treatment. A variety of exclusive treatments will be available for guests, including the Thai Herbal Mud Reviver and Devarana’s signature rejuvenation treatment that includes dry brushing, a Thai Herbal Mud Wrap, and a Detoxified & Contoured Massage, for QAR 940.

In addition, the Devarana Signature Massage combines Thai, Ayurveda, Shiatsu, and Swedish therapy techniques combined with fresh kaffir and orange Aromatherapy to inhale for the ultimate relaxation experience, for QAR 720.

A sensual Arabic touch has also been brought to Devarana Spa with specialty treatments tailor-made for Doha residents. Authentic ingredients including desert sand, Arabian Rose, Jasmine, and aromatic oils which are carefully selected to offer a deeply tranquil experience.

Devarana Spa’s luxurious, modern, and intimate setting is designed to provide the most comfortable environment for each guest to relax and unwind. The spa is composed of 17 luxuriously appointed treatment rooms, including 12 single rooms, 2 double rooms, 2 hammam rooms for men and women, and 1 VIP suite.

Devarana Spa occupies the entire 29th floor, offering breathtaking views of Doha.

Following the government’s regulations, Devarana Spa will apply stringent safety measures to preserve its guests’ and staff’s health and wellbeing. All spa staff will be required to wear masks and face shields while performing their duties. Moreover, staff temperature will be checked twice per day. Guests will also be required to undergo a temperature check upon arrival, in addition to taking a shower before treatments, and to wear masks at all times.

All towels and linens at the Spa will be used one time per guest only. Social distancing will be strictly applied in all areas, and tables at the reception and relaxation areas will be located at least 1m away one from another.

Furthermore, Devarana Spa will offer contactless bookings and menu, all areas will be cleaned and sanitized before and after each use, cleaning of highly touched areas will take place every two hours. Facial treatments, head, and chest massage will not be performed until further notice.

For treatments booked between Sunday to Thursday from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm, a special discount of QAR 100 will be provided to all guests.

For bookings, please call 4004 4193 or 4004 4194.

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