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| 05 July, 2018

Al Baleed Resort Salalah launches new wellness retreat series

‘Balance Wellness by Anantara' is designed to offer a transformative travel experience

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Tourists enjoy a picnic at Wadi Darbat in Salalah, Dhofar province, Oman August 21, 2016. Picture taken August 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah  - RTX2NFK9

Image used for illustrative purpose. Tourists enjoy a picnic at Wadi Darbat in Salalah, Dhofar province, Oman August 21, 2016. Picture taken August 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah - RTX2NFK9

Ahmed Jadallah - RTX2NFK9

Award-winning luxury private pool villa resort, Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara, has launched a new wellness programme featuring a unique ‘a la carte’ concept.

‘Balance Wellness by Anantara' is designed to offer a transformative travel experience in the heart of one of Oman’s most stunning destinations.

Nestled between a spectacular private beach and freshwater lagoon, Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara allows guests to pursue their well-being goals in a serene, idyllic environment. Delivering wellness packages tailored to each guest, the programme kicks off with a consultation to ascertain the needs and goals of the individual. Depending on the length of the stay, guests can then choose from a wide array of healthy cuisine, as well as activities, and therapies to suit them based on guidance from trained experts.

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“In line with our fundamental approach to customer service at Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara, we really wanted to provide a bespoke experience for our wellness guests,” said Virginia Cogliati, director of Spa. “In addition, we have the unique offering of private pool villas in which guests seeking more solitude on their journey to wellbeing can enjoy activities and meals on their own personal pool terrace.”

Available in three, five or seven-day packages, the retreats include rejuvenating spa treatments, purification therapy and nutritious cuisine along with individual activity sessions such as yoga and hiking the beautiful mountainous coast of Salalah. Full board dining centred on nutrition is designed specially to encourage good health and fuel the body efficiently. Guests will also receive additional discounts on all spa and wellness treatments depending on the length of their stay.

Hoping to dispel the myth that health retreats mean boring meal times, the Balance Wellness by Anantara menu has been created by renowned Italian vegan chef Valeria Agnelutto. Designed to detoxify and energise the system while delivering maximum flavour, dishes include Italian pasta e fagioli and chickpea burgers with rosemary and parsley and veggie mayo. The three-course meals also include delicious starters such as avocado tartare with cucumber and dates and raw tiramisu for dessert. Each dish comes with a detailed nutritional breakdown and is accompanied by vitamin-packed raw juice.

One highlight of the wellness programme is experiencing Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara’s luxury hammam, the only one in the region. Drawing on centuries of Arabian wellness – the ancient ritual starts with a muscle-relaxing steam bath in preparation for a black soap cleansing and kessa mitt exfoliation to sweep impurities. Once steamed and scrubbed, a Moroccan Rhassoul treatment richly nourishes and rehydrates, leaving the skin silky soft. Other healing therapies include Kundalini massage and Shirodhara - a unique Ayurvedic therapy focusing on the head, to harmonize the entire body.

The Balance Wellness by Anantara packages at Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara start from Dh1,470 ($400). - TradeArabia News Service

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