The Jet Lag Recovery
What's On Abu Dhabi|January 2018

Just back from your hols? Feeling tired? Head to the Four Seasons

Did you spend the Christmas and NYE period back in your home country? Or did you go for a festive getaway that involved a trek on a long-haul flight? Chances are then you’re reading this while feeling a little tired. Granted, you can try and get over it by drinking buckets of strong coffee, or you could head to the Four Seasons’ Dahlia Spa, which offers a treatment it boasts will have you feeling as fresh as a daisy again, in just over two hours.

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