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Rest is essential to health and wellbeing, and key to feeling rejuvenated. We pick eight ways to guarantee the best night’s sleep on your next Jumeirah stay.

 

Relax with a sleep improvement massage

Float off into a relaxing dream state at Jumeirah Al Wathba Desert Resort and Spa, where a signature 75-minute sleep massage uses acupressure to stimulate the pineal gland, the body’s sleep centre. This calming massage has been said to induce a centring sense of inner peace and balance, and is perfect for resetting sleep patterns following jetlag or periods of restlessness.

Woman enjoying massage at Jumeirah Talise Spa

 

Try out sleep support therapy

This signature programme, available in Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort, is based on clinical research and ancient practices and designed to help address sleep concerns and solve insomnia. Tailored treatments begin with guided meditation and yogic pranayamas – breathing exercises said to positively impact the energy within. This is followed by a full-body ‘Blissful Marma’ massage, which releases tension and brings the body’s rhythms back into balance, and finally the ‘Facial Marma’ massage which stimulates the pineal gland. This holistic sleep support treatment aims to bring emotional and hormonal balance, and also includes a Subtle Energies Sleeping Kit to take home.

 

Discover the soothing experience of eiderdown comforters 

Rest in feathery luxury at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, where these ultra-luxurious duvets can be found on every bed in every suite. The whisper-soft down is harvested from abandoned eider duck nests in Iceland, and is extremely rare. One nest provides about 15-20g of eiderdown, and only 2000kg is allowed to be harvested each year. Pair this with one of 17 types of pillows available – from revitalising silk to hypo-allergenic – and you’ve got a recipe for the perfect night’s sleep.

Luxe bedroom at Jumeirah Burj al Arab

 

Rest easy in a bed made for maximum comfort

The finest cedar wood, Swedish steel, organic latex and Egyptian cotton, have been combined with the Pascal system, an international unit of pressure, to create the exceptional Dux bed at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. What makes the Dux bed stand out is the option to customise your sleep pressure preferences, so the mattress offers the exact amount of support you will need throughout the night to help you wake up feeling relaxed and refreshed. At Jumeirah Al Naseem the super-soft mattresses on all beds are by Hypnos – the official supplier to Buckingham Palace

 

Make jet lag a thing of the past

If you are a frequent flyer then you will know the toll that travelling through time zones can take on the body and mind. The floatation therapy room at Talise Spa, Jumeirah Emirates Towers offers a great way to help you get over jet lag quickly. Sixty minutes floating in this sensory pool is said to be as good as eight hours’ sleep. Emerge feeling deeply relaxed and ready to enjoy your holiday.

Jumeirah Al Wathba Talise Spa Wet Areas

 

Check-in around the clock

At Jumeirah Creekside Hotel you can check into your room around the clock. The special 24-hour stay service, allows guests to check in at any time of the day or night and stay for 24 hours with no extra charge. Perfect for stopovers, or for those arriving at an unsociable hour. 

 

The AlphaSphere Deluxe

Created in collaboration with the artist SHA at Madinat Jumeirah this wellbeing experience at Talise Spa is a holistic journey of relaxation and rejuvenation. Focusing on stress reduction by targeting the ‘energy-flowing’ centres in our body known as Chakras, the treatment harmonises breathing, loosens tight muscles and lowers heart rate and high blood pressure using sound, colour, light, vibration, touch, temperature and smell. There are five different treatments – check out the lilac programme which stimulates dreams, wisdom, inspiration and meditation.