Grand Millennium Al Wahda, Millennium & Copthorne’s  large-scale five star deluxe hotel, is offering a special summer deal for selected spa treatments as well as gym memberships throughout July and August.

For two months the hotel is offering a 35 per cent discount on facial and well-being treatments at the elegant Zayna spa, as well as on six and twelve months membership at its health club.

The spa offers a wide range of treatments for all guests, male or female, young or young at heart. With skin taking a battering during the harsh summer months, guests could take advantage of Zayna’s Tropical Salt Mousse Glow, a mango and passion fruit body polish which promises to re-energise and repair the skin. Those in need of the ultimate relaxation solution could opt for an aromatherapy massage with oils tailored to each guest’s personal needs. Couples might choose to indulge in Caviar for Her and Caviar for Him advanced anti-aging facials to combat the aging effects of combined cold air conditioning and extreme heat and humidity.

With discounts on all six and twelve month memberships, the hotel’s gym offers the perfect opportunity to get fighting fit for summer. The Al Wahda Health Club boasts a range of high tech equipment and variety of specialist fitness classes, with members also receiving complimentary use of the sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and roof-top pool.

Michael Sorgenfrey, General Manager of the Al Wahda Hotel said:

“Our hotel is a pocket of calm in the hustle and bustle of the city; we offer a complete escape for UAE residents and overseas guests alike. Visitors to our hotel can spend the whole day here, trying a fitness class, relaxing in our spa and sampling our excellent food. They will come away feeling refreshed, pampered and ready to face the world again.”

Two complimentary personal training sessions and five complimentary fitness classes are given to members of the hotel’s health club in addition to a 15 per cent discount on all spa treatments and selected F&B outlets.

The offer is available until to 31 August 2011.