The Khaleej Palace Hotel in Dubai is offering more value to its customers this summer.
With its cool Dh275 ($75) offer, the hotel aims to build on the successful Dubai Shopping Festival with its active participation in happenings in the emirate.
Khaleej Palace presents itself as an ideal platform to do business as it offers guests only the highest standard of service, comfort and world class cuisine, according to a hotel spokesperson.
With the recent refurbishment of its rooms and lobby, the rooms are now more unique while the lobby is bright with its horse head design and colour.
Khaleej Palace is one of the three hotels owned by Al Khaleej Group of Hotels. It has a new fully equipped Business Centre offering Internet services while fax machines too are available in rooms upon request.
The hotel offers complimentary welcome amenities and daily newspapers. Leisure facilities include state-of-the-art fitness centre with cardiovascular and weight equipment's and a pool.
Khaleej Palace offers a range of dining experiences at Al Mandaloun Lebanese restaurant with traditional Lebanese cuisine, Little Italy for the flavour of Italy and the Zorba, the only Greek restaurant in town.
The Escoba Night Club and Velvet Lounge are the ideal spots to relax after a day of business.
The hotel also has special facilities at the Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club where guests can be driven in the hotel limousine upon request.
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