THE Hyatt hotels in Dubai have announced their Dubai Summer Specials room packages for 2011.
Until September 10, 2011, guests visiting Dubai can enjoy a wealth of benefits at the three Hyatt hotels; the Park Hyatt Dubai, Grand Hyatt Dubai and Hyatt Regency Dubai which are offering guests a chance to enjoy numerous extras.
The deal allows up to two children under the age of 12 to stay with two paying adults free of charge and complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner when accompanied by two paying adults.
In addition, the three Dubai Hyatt properties have specially selected an array of activities guaranteed to suit the needs of a wide spectrum of travellers ranging from complimentary ice-skating to discounts on tickets to the Dubai Dolphinarium and Seawings, seaplane sightseeing tours, as well as a 20 per cent discount in all 29 restaurants and bars and the three spas in the hotels.
The Hyatt Regency Dubai features classic, contemporary design and unparalleled accommodation in a leading business and group destination. The hotel also has extensive meeting and conference facilities, innovative guest room designs, a fully-equipped fitness centre and exceptional food and beverage outlets, including Dubai’s only revolving restaurant, Al Dawaar, as well as the exclusive Regency Club.
The understated Park Hyatt boasts a sophisticated residential style designed for the individual traveller seeking personal attention, unparalleled business amenities and luxurious facilities with authentic touches.
And the Grand Hyatt Dubai is a combination of resort facilities and 674 luxury guest rooms and suites coupled with one of the most advanced conference centres in the UAE, 13 restaurants and bars and the Grand Spa leisure complex.
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