The St. Regis Doha Opens first Remede Spa in Middle East

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The St. Regis Doha Opens first Remede Spa in Middle East
Fri 08-06-2012

With the opening of the first Remède Spa in the Middle East, The St. Regis Doha now provides guests with the finest address in Qatar for ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation.

The spa completes the luxurious leisure facilities available at the hotel, including an Olympic size swimming pool, luxurious pool cabanas and a private beachfront. In celebration of the launch, Remède Spa will feature special offers throughout summer.

Typically set in the world's most glamorous locations including Aspen, New York and Bali, Remède Spas are exclusive to St. Regis Hotels & Resorts and have developed a global reputation for exceptional customization, providing the ultimate indulgence within tranquil surroundings.

Spread across 1,400 square meters of space, Remède Spa at The St. Regis Doha features 22 treatment rooms, pre- and post-treatment lounges, as well as male and female relaxation pools and steam rooms, making it one of the largest spas in Doha.

"The opening of our Remède Spa is an important milestone for the hotel," said Tareq Derbas, General Manager at The St. Regis Doha. "We aim to offer guests an unprecedented level of bespoke experiences in everything we do at The St. Regis Doha, and our Remède Spa treatments are no exception. It is the first time the customised treatments are brought to the Middle East, and the response we received so far from both Doha residents and hotel guests is very promising."

The menu at Remède Spa offers a range of customized experiences, from massages and body wraps to beauty treatments and spa packages. For guests who desire local-inspired experiences, each Remède Spa offers an exclusive selection of treatments inspired by its region's characteristics and traditions.

To celebrate the opening of the latest luxurious offering at The St. Regis Doha, guests that book a 60-minute customised massage before 31 August, 2012, will receive an additional 30 minutes for free.