Al Messila, the first Luxury Collection resort in Doha, is unveiling another premier proposition with the launch of The Worlds in its Wellness Ladies Retreat, the region’s “first and most extensive ladies” well-being destination.
The four Worlds are a “unique facility, never seen before in the Middle East”, a press statement notes.
Each World is themed differently, depending on the specific wellness journey offered: Oriental, Floral, Mystic and Mineral.
They house floatation tanks, cocoon beds, oxygen rooms, Kneipp walks, hammams and salt rooms, and each world can be experienced in a personalised four-hour journey.
Guests can also luxuriate in pools, steam rooms and saunas accessed alongside a premium range of treatments and protocols that are 100% exclusive to Al Messila Wellness Retreat.
They combine to produce a “unique well-being destination within a one-of-a-kind wellness resort”.
“The overall resort experience at Al Messila focuses on the well-being of our guests and our Wellness Retreat provides a safe and nurturing environment” said Patrizia Hofer, general manager of Al Messila Resort & Spa.
“The Worlds open up a whole new universe of well-being that transcend a conventional spa, providing holistic experiences that touch the body and the spirit,” added Dr Alison Stone, general manager of Al Messila Ladies Retreat.
Leveraging on the traditional wellness practices of the East, the “richly decorated” Oriental World provides cleansing rituals designed to eliminate toxins and negativity, bringing guests spiritually closer to positive energies.
The Mystic World instead reaches out to guests’ inner selves through the calming sounds of nature, sensory stimulators and chromo therapy to enlighten the spirit.
In the Mineral World, guests are exposed to the powers of the ocean, where they can dive in and indulge in healing elements, while the Floral World wraps them in a cocoon of beauty, enlivened by the scent of flowers, which they can inhale to leave them blooming with wellness, the statement points out.
“Our passion for transformative wellness journeys is the core of our holistic well-being offering,” explained Dr Stone. “Our wellness approach bestows an array of well-being services integrated through lifestyle, retreats, fitness programmes and personalised well-being journeys.”
The Worlds are just a part of the extensive offerings of the Wellness Retreat. Specialists guide guests on a tailor-made journey, where they begin to embrace wellness, drifting into a state of equilibrium between mind and body.
Guests in search of holistic therapies based on ancient traditions can discover them in individualistic private suites, each with their own steam rooms and hydrotherapy. “Each guest is supported by a team of qualified retreat co-ordinators who curate personal programmes based on individual needs and goals, all with long-term wellbeing and balance in mind,” added Dr Stone.
The Wellness Retreat, built on a “luscious urban oasis” surrounded by an indigenous environment of trees, birds and water, features 26 treatment rooms, two fully equipped gyms, private training, spinning and movement studios, three mineral pools and a daylight enhanced private recreational pool, as well as a Food Lab cooking classroom, according to the statement.

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