Dubai is already known as one of the most popular destinations in the world for lovers of spa treatments. Soon the city will even more strengthen its reputation: according to forecast of the company Colliers International, the number of spa salons in the emirate will increase annually by 10% until 2021.
According to a report, the number of spa salons at 5-star hotels will increase from 107 to 157 by 2021.
Among the most notable innovations are the salons The Spa at Palazzo Versace Dubai and The Bulgari Spa, thanks to which, the annual revenue of the sector is expected to reach $ 495 million by 2019.
At the regional level, the SPA services sector is very multifaceted and sensitive to changes in other sectors, including global trends in health and beauty. In 2017 interest in this area intensified, and Dubai quickly reacted to these changes by opening several SPA-salons at luxury hotels.
However, SPA services are no longer associated only with premium segment. There is a variety of price offers, diversification of the proposed procedures, competitive marketing techniques and the growing popularity of the SPA management courses for professionals. It is expected that in 2018 and subsequent years, these trends will converge at one point, strengthening the reputation of Dubai and the whole region as one of the leading sites for health and cosmetic tourism.
Spa centers in Dubai offer their visitors a wide variety of treatments: from short-term therapy to a comprehensive deluxe program designed for several days. Relaxing body massage and anti-aging facial treatment is a great chance to regain strength after a long day of excursions or active business negotiations.
Spa centers in Dubai are ready to offer not only the services of professional wellness treatment – you can simply relax in one of the spa pools and improve your overall well-being in an atmosphere of tranquility and tranquility. Dubai spa centers also have a chance to attend yoga classes and do fitness classes to bring their thoughts and body in order.
The Colliers report contains the results of an analysis of 369 treatment rooms located in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. In Dubai, 22 procedures are ordered daily, and the average cost of the service is 394 dirhams. 58% of all Dubai Spa clients are women.
In 2015, the number of tourists visiting the countries of the Persian Gulf for the sake of health and beauty treatments, increased by 44%, compared with 2013, and the number of spa salons increased by 27%.