Bordering the blue waters of Doha stands the George V Spa, an oasis for relaxation and wellbeing.
Recently launched by Qatar-based Regency Group, the property took two years of arduous work and 20 million Qatari Riyals to build.
Now considered a masterpiece, the spa is the first of its kind in the Middle East and the only the second ever after Evian-les-Bains in France.
The spa is 60 per cent owned by the State of Qatar; with the balance invested by Regency group Holding.
The franchise belongs to the George V Group for Hospitality & Leisure, which specialises in managing hotels and health resorts.
The resort extends over 2,200 square meters on the second floor of the Beverly Hills Tower overlooking the West Bay, where oriental and western designs mix to produce a unique artwork that projects relaxation and harmony.
“The spirit of the resort revolves around the concept of positive energy, whereby body and soul unite to ignite the feelings of passion, harmony and happiness so that the client can feel young and healthy,” explained owners Regency.
“Enjoy the services of a team of experts who will provide you with the best cures for the modern world’s ills, using the natural and rare products of the Himalayan Mountains.
“The routine of life is broken, while tension and fatigue are forgotten with the most up-to-date therapeutic techniques.”
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Regency Group is one of Qatar’s oldest and largest business entities encompassing several divisions across a spectrum of industries and a portfolio that includes several internationally acclaimed brands.
Through re-investment of profits, recruitment of talented professionals and embarking on several joint venture schemes with leading global enterprises, Regency Group today offers diverse services to overseas companies with interests in Qatar and across the Arabian Gulf States.
Currently, the Group boasts a substantial turn over and its varied commercial activities have resulted in the Regency Group’s recognition as a successful and dynamic regional corporation.