UAE. French wellness company Be Relax has added virtual reality (vr) technology to selected massage services for passengers at Dubai International Airport.
The option to don a VR viewer and enjoy a pre-flight taste of holiday destinations – including swimming with dolphins, walking elephants and a hot air balloon ride – is free for customers purchasing a ‘Be Feet’ massage at Be Relax spas located in all Dubai International post-security concourses. The offer started in June.
“Combining VR and massage allow passengers to completely escape and disconnect from the airport environment for a short while and have therefore a real refreshing’ break,” Be Relax stated.
“It helps improve feelings of wellness and make them enjoy a truly unforgettable experience.”
Be Relax Partner and Head of Marketing & Sales Alexandre Antuszewicz commented: “Developing new ways to relax has always been at the heart of Be Relax’s mission. Airports can be stressful and boring sometimes. As a result, alongside Dubai International, we have been exploring solutions to make passengers have an unforgettable airport experience.
“We are convinced that VR combined with massage is an amazing wellness experience. This is a moment that Be Relax customers and Dubai International Airport passengers will remember.”
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