The Chedi Muscat Announces Series of Spa Retreats

Courtesy of The Chedi Muscat

The Chedi Muscat is launching a series of three-, five- and seven-night spa retreats. Services of the Luxury Wellness Escapes includes a consultation with the spa director, two two-hour rituals, two 90-minute massages and one 60-minute beauty treatment, a manicure or pedicure and dolphin-watching excursion. These are done at the resort’s over 8,600-square-foot spa with 13 fully contained suites.

Here are the itineraries for the new Escapes:

  • The two-day Escape includes accommodation for three nights in a Chedi Club Suite, one consultation with the spa director, one two-hour Indulgent Oriental or Nurturing Envelopment Ritual, one 60-minute Rejuvenating Beauty Ritual and one cooking class.
  • The four-day Escape includes accommodation for five nights, all the two-day benefits, as well as one 90-minute therapeutic massage, a manicure or pedicure and a dolphin-watching cruise.
  • And the 6-day Escape includes accommodation for seven nights, all the four-day benefits, as well as two of the Rituals and two massages.

All the Escapes include access to the health club and group wellness activities. Personal training classes are also available.

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Additionally, the resort’s wellness amenities are also part of the Escape, which include the over-300-foot Long Pool, the Health Club with fitness equipment, Pilates equipment, free weights and Kinesis wall, the Euroclay tennis courts and a 1,200-foot stretch of private beach.

GHM launched The Chedi Muscat in January of 2003. Designed by Jean-Michel Gathy, it fuses elements of Omani architecture and Zen aesthetics.

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