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12 Best Spas in Dubai For A Relaxing Treat

by Dubai Travel Planner

When you’re visiting the upscale and happening city of Dubai, you are bound to get exhausted from all the exciting things you get to do all day. From all the endless walking in luxury malls to the exquisite desert safaris in the wilderness and enjoying the buzzing nightlife, one needs a day off to unwind.

And what’s better than spending a day at one of the best spas in Dubai?

So, if you’re looking to get pampered, treat yourself to a luxury massage and relax for hours in these 12 best luxury spas in Dubai.

12 Best Spas in Dubai

Below are 12 of Dubai’s best spas to relax and unwind – to suit a variety of budgets and treatment styles.

We’ve marked their key locations across the city to help you find the branch closest to you, though note some operate multi branches in different areas of the city.

1. Talise Spa

If you’re looking to spend a day getting extravagant treatment at one of the best luxury spas in Dubai, the Talise Spa should be your top pick.

It has 25 treatment rooms, a jacuzzi, a steam room, a sauna, and an ice-cold plunge pool. Then there’s the outdoor pool, where you can enjoy a relaxed lunch with your partner or friends after your treatments. The most famous facility at the Talise Spa is the 90-minute Balinese massage that is excellent for people who have stressed backs and necks.

Location

  • Jumeirah Al Qasr

Cost

  • The cost varies from treatment to treatment, starting from AED 540.

For more information and bookings, visit www.jumeirah.com

2. One & Only Spa

One of the best places to relax and unwind is a Hammam. And, if you’re looking for one in Dubai, head over to the One & Only Spa at Royal Mirage.

Located right in the middle of lush green gardens, this spa gives you relaxing vibes as soon as you set foot into it. The spa itself is adorned with a stainless glass ceiling. You can choose from a variety of treatments, including the famous Rose Ritual with soothing rose and mint aroma, a clay body wrap, a honey face mask, and a relaxing head and body massage.

Location

  • One&Only Royal Mirage, Dubai Marina

Cost

  • The cost varies according to treatment, starting from AED 335.

For more information and bookings, visit www.oneandonlyresorts.com

3. Jiva Spa

If you’re an environmentalist looking for a spa that uses all-natural ingredients for its treatments, the Jiva Spa is just the place for you!

It is a budget-friendly spa that has four treatment rooms. The first one is a luxury couple suite with a double bath and shower. Then there’s a sauna, steam room, and swimming pool, where you can unwind with a glass of your favourite drink.

The products used at Jiva Spa are made using special Indian herbs and essential oils, which are used to give you a massage for stressed shoulders, detoxification, and traditional footbaths.

Location

  • Taj Hotel, Burj Khalifa Boulevard

Cost

  • Price starts from AED 299 to AED 849

For more information and bookings, visit www.tajhotels.com

4. The Heavenly Spa at Westin Mina Seyahi

For a luxury spa experience, get a booking at the Heavenly Spa at Westin Mina Seyahi.

As the name suggests, this spa has everything you need for a relaxing day, including 10 therapeutic rooms, saunas, steam rooms, and jacuzzis. The treatments are carried out using award-winning products and include facials, massages, nail treatments, and full-day access to the beach and pool.

What more could you ask for on your day off?

Location

  • Westin Mina Seyahi, Dubai Marina

Cost

  • Price starts from AED 500

For more information and bookings, visit www.heavenlyspadubai.com

5. B Attitude Spa

B Attitude is a spa that offers ancient relaxation techniques from the East in a modish yet tranquil environment.

It offers unique massages done with figs, dates, and warm Argan oil, lavishly applied on the body to give you musky aromatherapy that relaxes your muscles and leaves you stress-free. The spa also offers a royal hammam ritual, where you soak up water infused with minerals, essential oils, and Ghassoul mud to remove toxins from the body, leaving your skin soft, silky, and fresh.

Location

  • Grosvenor House, Dubai Marina

Cost

  • Price starts from AED 500

For more information and bookings, visit www.battitudespa-dubai.com

6. SensAsia

If you’re looking for a spa and wellness centre that has an impressive variety of treatments, you should try out SensAsia.

It offers several packages that have combined treatments; however, you can also enjoy separate features like extensive massages, advanced facials for glowing skin, special massages for pregnant ladies, detoxification wraps and scrubs, skin-tightening sculpting, and IV drip fusion therapies.

SensAsia also has a separate menu designed specifically for men. So, whether you’re a mom-to-be, a tired business executive, an exhausted housewife, or simply someone who’s looking for some relaxation, the SensAsia spa is just where you need to be!

Location

  • Emirates Golf Club
  • The Village, Jumeirah 1
  • Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates
  • Express Spa, Mall of the Emirates

Cost

  • Price starts from AED 350

For more information and bookings, visit sensasiaspas.com

7. The Nail Spa

Who doesn’t crave a long relaxing massage? But not everyone can afford to go to luxury spas! Therefore, if you want to loosen those muscles in a pocket-friendly manner, you need to try the Nail Spa!

It offers regular manicures and pedicures for your hands and feet. Still, there’s also the Swedish aromatherapy massage and the chocolate candle oil massage, which involves kneading and tapping your muscles into relaxation while loosening the knots.

In short, the massages at the Nail Spa will ease your muscle tension, and you will leave a stress-free, happy soul!

Location

  • Al Barsha
  • Dubai Media City
  • Mall of Emirates

Cost

  • Prices start from AED 300 for a 60-minute massage.

For more information and bookings, visit thenailspa.com

8. Tips & Toes

Tips & Toes is another budget-friendly beauty chain in Dubai with a wide range of relaxing massages as part of their menu of extensive treatments.

Starting from the Brazillian fit-firming body massage to Thai herbal compress, Basalt hot stone massage, and pregnancy massage, you will find something that caters to your needs precisely. Besides massages, it also has Moroccan and Turkish hammams that involve skin exfoliation with black soap and clay mask cleansing to leave your skin soft and rejuvenated.

All in all, Tips & Toes is not just one of the best places to have your hands and feet pampered; it is one of the best affordable massage spas in Dubai.

Location

  • Various locations across the city

Cost

  • Prices start from AED 105, depending on the treatment

For more information and bookings, visit www.tipsandtoes.com

9. ShuiQi Spa

ShuiQi is a luxury spa at Atlantis The Palm that uses water energy to help relax the body and mind.

All throughout the spa, you will find waterfalls and streams, the sound of which gives you a sense of instant relaxation and tranquillity. It has various treatments, including underwater yoga, personalized massages, hydrating facials, a body-sculpting wrap, and cryotherapy that involves cold temperatures to boost collagen production and improve blood circulation.

Its standout treatment is the ESPA energy-balancing treatment that offers scrubbing, exfoliation, and acupuncture to help fight stress and sleep deprivation.

Location

  • Atlantis the Palm, Palm Jumeirah

Cost

  • Prices start from AED 500, depending on the treatment

For more information and bookings, visit www.atlantis.com

10. De La Mer Day Spa

De La Mer Day Spa is a good spa in Dubai that offers luxury treatments at an affordable price.

It has 8 treatment rooms and offers therapeutic body and skin treatments that leave your skin feeling refreshed, renewed, and re-energized. Some of the renowned treatments at De La Mer are Turkish hammam rituals, hydrotherapy, dry floatation, infrared sauna, body wraps, massages, and facials.

It also offers a special sugarlicious treatment that involves scrubbing your body with a sugar scrub, removing the outer layer of dead skin, and revealing silky smooth, sweet-smelling skin.

All the treatments are carried out by skilled professionals in proper hygienic conditions.

Location

  • Jumeirah Street, Umm Suqeim

Cost

  • Prices start from AED 305, depending on the treatment

For more information and bookings, visit delamerspa.weebly.com

11. Dreamworks Spa

Dreamworks Spa has won the World Luxury Spa Awards for being one of the best Ottoman spas in the UAE.

It has some of the best massages in Dubai, including traditional Balinese massage, Thai massage, foot massage, and hot stone massage. Other treatments include facials, body scrubs, and Moroccan and Turkish hammam rituals that soothe your muscles and leave you in an overall state of bliss.

Dreamworks Spa is also famous for being one of the best couple spas in Dubai because of its pampering signature couples massage, where you can enjoy a relaxing and reinvigorating massage alongside your spouse.

Locations

  • Marina Cascades, Dubai Marina
  • Radisson Waterfront, Business Bay
  • Dukes Hotel, The Palm Jumeirah
  • Palme Jumeirah, Shoreline
  • Radisson DAMAC Hills
  • DAMAC Cour Jardin, Business Bay

Cost

  • Prices start from AED 398, depending on the treatment

For more information and bookings, visit www.dreamworks.ae

12. Mandara Spa

Located in The H Dubai, Mandara Spa is your ultimate urban retreat for a day to relax and unwind in a serene and peaceful environment.

The spa has 10 treatment rooms, including 7 single rooms, 2 couple suites, and a Thai massage room. It also has hydro facilities, including saunas, steam rooms, a jacuzzi, and Experience showers to give you an unforgettable spa experience.

The facial and body treatments are done using aromatic spices and essential oils, paired with light soothing music that takes you on a sensual journey. Using techniques from ancient Morrocan culture, the treatments will definitely leave you relaxed and rejoiced.

Location

  • One Sheikh Zayed Road, Trade Centre

Cost

  • Prices start from AED 310 to AED 2145, depending on the treatment

For more information and bookings, visit www.mandaraspa.com


More Frequently Asked Questions About Spas in Dubai

Are spas legal in Dubai?

Yes, spas and beauty salons must be approved by the Dubai Health and Safety Department. If you’re uncertain if your spa is legally operating, check that they have the proper certifications.

Which spas are best for couples in Dubai?

Some popular choices for couples, as chosen by TripAdvisor readers, include the Sofitel Spa in Downtown, The Swissotel Spa in Deira, and Mandara Spa.

Which spas are good for families and children in Dubai?

For younger princesses that need their pampering, try the Hello Kitty Beauty Spa in Dubai. Another fun one for all the family is Spa Cenvaree at Centara Resort, ideally designed so all of you can enjoy a special treat.

Which spas are good for teens in Dubai?

For young ladies, try the Dubai Ladies Club, which offer treatments specifically designed for 13 to 16-year-old girls. The SensAsia spas chain also offers “immunity boosting” massages for children above 11 years old.

Where can I get a pregnancy massage in Dubai?

Mums-to-be are not forgotten in Dubai. Speciality treatments with trained practitioners are now available for prenatal massage at many locations, including SensAsia Spas, Yin Yang Connection Spa, Dubai Ladies Club, and De La Mer Day Spa.

Are there spas with indoor pools in Dubai?

Yes, many of the spas in Dubai include an indoor hydrotherapy pool as well as spa and sauna facilities, perfect if you want to swim some gentle laps between treatments or avoid the summer heat of Dubai and stick to an indoor pampering day.

Can I also get a good spa in Abu Dhabi?

Yes, Abu Dhabi has some equally luxurious and special spas, perfect for a romantic retreat, girls’ weekend or special occasion to spoil yourself. Pop over here to learn about the best spas in Abu Dhabi.

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