Planning an Eid Al Adha holiday and wondering where to take the family? First Central Hotel Suites has just unveiled a package to make the Eid celebration memorable with loved ones.
Book a Classic Studio from Dh299++ ($81.3++) with breakfast or Dh399++ ($108.6++) half board and enjoy a free upgrade to Executive Studio as well as late check-out (subject to availability). In addition, guests may add a ticket for Dubai Dolphinarium for only Dh60 ($16.3) per person.
Wael El Behi, general manager of First Central Hotel Suites, said: “Eid Al Adha is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a short break with the family. We have, therefore, created a fabulous value-added package that is absolutely irresistible. Equally, convenient is the central location of our hotel in Barsha Heights (Tecom) near Sheikh Zayed Road. So, no matter what your plans – be it shopping, sight-seeing, entertainment, theme parks or beaches, we are ideally located to explore and experience Dubai’s biggest attractions.”
Eid Al Adha Offer
• Classic Studio from Dh299++ with Breakfast or Dh399++ Half Board
• Special bundle packages in the Dubai Dolphinarium also available
• Free upgrade to Executive Studio
• Late check-out (subject to availability)
• Terms & Conditions apply
• Valid until September 10, 2017
Rates are excluding 10 per cent Municipality Fees, 10 per cent service charge, and Dh10 ($2.7) tourism fee per room per night.
Guests can book Now using promo code: ADHA17. - TradeArabia News Service
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