Award-winning Emirates Towers Hotel has lined up special deals this summer for visitors to Dubai.
Besides special rates and free transfers and access to the hotel's sister property - the Jumeirah Beach Club - guests are also being offered rental of an Audi TT car for just Dh250 ($68) through Europcar or 'pay for three days and drive for four' scheme through Budget.
The hotel has won top accolades such as the best business hotel, world's leading business hotel and best hotel room design since it opened in April last year.
Emirates Towers is also an architectural landmark in Dubai - its two equilateral triangles of the office tower and the hotel forming a dramatic backdrop to the emirate's central business district and a visible statement to the region's corporate success. The office tower at 350 metres is the tallest building in the Middle East and Europe and the 400-room hotel is the third tallest in the world at 305 metres.
Emirates Towers Hotel offers top of the line facilities to business and leisure travellers with 10 dining and entertainment outlets, a grand ballroom, 17 boardroom style meeting rooms, 14 fully-furnished offices, a 24-hour business centre.
The 24-hour Health Club off the main hotel lobby is just the place to shed the stress with a large gymnasium, separate weight training room, separate men and women's changing rooms, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi, a juice bar and a large outdoor pool.
For individual comfort and maximum efficiency, Club Executive is the place to be offering upgraded amenities.
Linking the two 51-storey towers, the Emirates Towers Shopping Boulevard features spacious walkways linked by sky-lit courtyards, exclusive shops, theme restaurants and coffee shops.
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