First-of-A-Kind in the Middle East

29 April 2019

In His Highness’s review of the progress of the EZ Wellness FZC project, the new resort destination in Ajman, Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of Ajman Municipality and Planning Department and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Al Zorah Development Company, affirmed that the happiness and health of each individual in the emirate is one of the government’s goals, hence its provision of all material and moral support to entities and organizations working in the field of spa and wellbeing.


H.H. said that it delights him to see exemplary cases for holistic treatment in the UAE, as the resort will provide comprehensive services to its visitors, making it the first of its kind in the Middle East. He added that the level Ajman has achieved is honorary, and that he looks forward to provide only the best to the residents and visitors of the emirate.


In his meeting with the EZ Wellness FZC, in the presence of Dr. Eng. Mohammed Ahmad bin Omair Al Muhairi, member of the Board of Directors of the Al Zorah Development Company, the Sheikh expressed his pride in resorts which aim to improve the health, wellbeing and quality of life for the new generation, as they prioritize people’s health and wellbeing.


H.H. added that the resort that is currently being built on the emirate’s golf field will be a destination for all segments of society, and attract those practicing various sports and hobbies, offering perfect services in the middle of a natural environment, Al Zorah, which is already a magnet for visitors from various walks of life.


Eng. Mohammad Amir Said, owner of EZ Wellness FZC, provided the Sheikh with a detailed overview of the resort, which will be built on an area of 9.065 square feet and include 14 suites and 18 massage rooms, will provide visitors with holistic treatment and support physical fitness and mental health, as well as encourage healthy eating habits among youth.


Said stated that work on the project started in June 2018 and is expected to be done in October 2019, emphasizing that the staff is burning the midnight oil to deliver the project.



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