HYATT Hotels in Dubai have announced their summer room packages for 2010.
Running until September 30, visiting guests can enjoy a wealth of benefits guaranteed to make their stay relaxed, luxurious and memorable. Park Hyatt Dubai, Grand Hyatt Dubai and Hyatt Regency Dubai’s summer promotions include offers such as stay three nights for the price of two, or four nights for the price of three.
In addition, Park Hyatt Dubai’s summer suite promotion focuses specifically on families, offering a complimentary room with any suite booking during the deal period.
“All three of Dubai’s Hyatt properties are putting a special focus on attracting guests from across the GCC, whether they travel to Dubai for business or pleasure,” said Thierry Bertin, vice president, sales and marketing, Hyatt International, South West Asia.
The special rates allow up to two children under the age of 16 to stay, on a complimentary basis, with two paying adults, in any of the three Hyatt hotels in Dubai and to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner free of charge, when accompanied by two paying adults in selected restaurants.
In addition, the Dubai Hyatt properties have selected an array of activities guaranteed to suit the needs of a wide spectrum of travellers, from complimentary ice skating and discounted cinema tickets, to great discounts in 17 restaurants and three spas. A complimentary bus service between all three Hyatt hotels as well as to major shopping malls will further assist guests in utilising these offers.
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