happenings this month Around Jumeirah
Around Jumeirah
Updated on 03 October 2019

The latest restaurant and bar offers, club nights, events and activities this month

What to eat
Tania's Teahouse
Umm Suqeim

This new teahouse is a must visit for those perfect Instagram worthy shots, while the menu features a huge variety of innovative teas like the Don’t Chai This At Home or Dat Cookie, Dough Latte. www.taniasteahouse.com

Where to shop
O Concept
Jumeirah 1

This glamourous yet edgy boutique is home to an extensive collection of local and international brands. The unique interior is a fusion of 1950’s vibes and modernity with an in-house coffee shop and pop-up events. www.oconceptstore.ae

What to see
Burj Al Arab at night
Jumeirah Street

Illuminated at night by choreographed lighting representing water and fire - Burj Al Arab, a popular luxury hotel in Dubai, is simply impressive. Burj Al Arab is one of the most photographed destinations among tourists.

Where to party
LIMA lounge
The Westin Dubai

This Peruvian joint’s interior is enough for a night out. Visit on Thursdays during ‘Urban Jungle’ nights, when the lounge comes alive with drinks, live entertainment, dining and an after-party with DJs. Call 056-5004571.

What to do
Tao Spa
Opposite Jumeirah Beach Hotel

Located in The Mall, opposite Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Tao Spa is a go to place for relaxing massages and other pampering services. The spa caters to both men and women and has two separate sections featuring a beauty lounge for grooming services, and five massage rooms in each of the sections. The space is not a widespread one, however set in a compact space, it oozes with the vibes of a luxury spa.

With a floor to ceiling glass door entrance, the spa interiors adorn earthy neutral tones with wooden accents. The entrance is marked by a compact lounge area and a reception. A door besides the reception opens to the spa facility which is dimly lit, and spa rooms lie alongside the narrow alley lined with candles, lanterns and flowers. The fragrance apparently overpowers your senses. You know that you are in spa that is worth it!

The spa offers a wide range of beauty and relaxation services, including massages, facials, mani-pedi, waxing and threading.

From Thai to Swedish, the spa offers a wide range of spa options, however, one of the signature massages is Lava shell massage that soothes muscles and gives a deeper relaxation.

Lava shells are self-heating massage shells which provide heat that soothes the muscles, calms the mind and increases circulation. The continuous heat the shells emit enable the therapist to deliver a deeper, more relaxing treatment. The body feels the bliss and tranquillity as the therapist glides the hot lava shells and the muscles start to relax and then enter a euphoric state.

The massage starts with a gentle neck massage, followed by full body oil massage and ends with gentle strokes of lava shells. If you are in or around Jumeirah, the spa is a perfect treatment for your tiring feet.

Call 04-8845220.

 

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