visitors of Spa-Aladin close to Munich in southern Germany will soon be able to
experience the Arabian Nights fairytale at the world's largest day spa.
Wellness & Spa Design to develop Spa-Aladin in Germany, opens Dubai office
Arab Emirates: Monday, March 10 - 2008 at 12:10
The investor company Caprivé
- owned by the Saudi Arabian Sheikh Adnan Zainy - has commissioned Austria's internationally
experienced team of Schletterer Wellness & Spa Design to plan this extraordinary
Until 2010 an area of more then 22,000 square metres
will be turned into an oriental destination spa that will set new standards in
terms of range of services offered, equipment, atmosphere and architecture. The
total investment of EUR60m and the expected 600,000 visitors per annum make Spa-Aladin
a significant factor for the worldwide spa industry.
features the ultimate spa experience with its ancient bathing rituals the Orient
can be considered the cradle of the modern spa trend. The vision of Spa-Aladin
is not only to revive this fascinating world with maximum authenticity of both
services and architecture but also to transfer it into modern times.
international spa experts around Heinz Schletterer have created a unique blend
of Arabian tradition and state-of-the-art services. Visitors will be carried away
into the world of Arabian Nights. They will have a unique opportunity to experience
the world of the Orient. Spa-Aladin will be the world's largest day spa combining
both highest quality standards and extravagant design.
Schletterer: 'We want to carry the visitors away into the world of Arabian Nights.
We want to amaze them. Visitors will have a unique opportunity to experience the
world of the Orient. Spa-Aladin will be the world's largest day spa combining
both highest quality standards and extravagant design.'
will comprise a total area of 40,000 square metres, 22,000 of which will be reserved
for the spa area. 1,800 square metres of the indoor and outdoor facilities will
be covered with water. The range of services includes thermal water, salt water
from the Dead Sea and the Underwater sound experience, which combines two forms
of pleasure: swimming and listening.
Furthermore, there are
individual sauna, herbal steam bath and pool worlds. Among the special attractions
are a flower temple, a Sherazade Bath, gemstone steam rooms, Arabian steam rooms,
salt galleries, various whirlpools and even an original Hammam offering authentic
brush and soap treatments. Those seeking some rest will find plenty of relaxation
rooms as well as oriental and other meditation areas.
Spa-Aladin will offer a wide range of health, sports and beauty services. In various
exotic treatment rooms guests can experience the latest body treatments and facials
tailored to their individual needs. However, guests may not only enjoy the beauty
and spa area. They will also experience the world of the Orient by visiting bazaars
and a spice souk where they can purchase high-quality spices, herbs and teas.
Various restaurants will offer delicious organic and, above
all, healthy dishes. Furthermore, Spa-Aladin will focus on the most natural type
of health care: activity. A 1,000 square metre gym will offer state-of-the-art
equipment and a great variety of classes such as meditation, yoga, ballet, jazz
dance, aerobics and spinning.
Visitors will be able to test
medical and work-out programmes based on the ancient knowledge of the Orient.
State-of-the-art equipment will allow guests to experience sports, spa and beauty
treatments at the highest comfort, hygiene and safety standards.
Wellness & Spa Design are also planning fantastic projects at their new branch
office in Dubai. In autumn 2007, Schletterer Wellness & Spa Design opened
their own branch office in Dubai, which attends to the entire market in the Middle
Middle East-Director Gerald Huber states, 'Thanks to
many years of international experience and our appreciation of different cultures
we have been very successful in the Arab World for years. With the opening of
our office in Dubai we took another step forward, which will allow an even more
direct customer service within the core areas spa design and spa consulting. Our
three divisions are design, realisation and management. Our clients benefit from
a drastic simplification of the entire operating process, as separate external
companies cannot offer a comparable synergy of the individual steps in the process.
To be precise, this means that ONE contact person for a number of complex activities
will help our clients to save time, money and worries. At the end of the day each
spa installation is reduced to two essential factors: its uniqueness and its profitability.'
When it comes to customer service Gerald Huber is mainly assisted
by Sarah Lumley, an experienced and very successful senior spa consultant.
Wellness & Spa Design is currently planning and realising several projects
in the United Arab Emirates. Tiara Palm, which is situated in Palm Jumeirah, is
one of them. Tiara Palm will be a 1,200 square metre lifestyle spa focusing on
special treatments. The design of the entire spa area and the individual treatment
rooms shall help to achieve the following: The guests will feel comfortable and
at ease when entering the spa and will still be enthused when having already left.
Huber said, 'Tiara Palm is very special because it does not
feature any traditional spa tools such as saunas or steam baths. The main focus
will rather be on the guests' individual needs by offering a wide variety of treatments
and highly skilled staff. At the Tiara Palm Spa it will be easy for the guests
to let go and get away from the hustle of everyday life.