Dusit Dubai has extended its Special Summer Package to be available through to September 15.
Dusit Dubai is the ideal venue to experience authentic, traditional Thai hospitality right in the middle of modern Dubai, says a hotel official.
For just Dh377 per night for a deluxe single or double room you will also receive a voucher for Dh100 per night, which can be spent in any of the hotel’s seven restaurants and bars including the Thai and Italian restaurants.
Alternatively guests can pay Dh777 in one of the elegant suites and experience the Thai royal treatment with service that is traditional Dusit style.
Guests will have access to a wide range of additional benefits including use of the Executive Lounge facilities like Internet access, two private meeting rooms, express check-in and check-out service, private butler service, return airport transfers from Dubai International Airport, complimentary breakfast, complimentary tea, coffee, juices and complimentary ‘Happy Hour’ which starts early evening with a variety of savouries and canapés.
The Dusit Dubai continues to woo guests as luxury hotels constantly spring up in the Emirate.
“With new hotels on the rise in Dubai there are a surplus number of rooms available in the city. This leads to tough competition, but it is always healthy to be in a competitive field in order to maintain standards,” says Ashwith Fernandes, public relations liaison officer for the hotel.
“The government for its part has always been very supportive to the tourism industry. Dubai festivals like DSF and DSS have been organised to attract tourists. Important shows and exhibitions like the Airshow, GITEX, ATM etc. confirm that Dubai is a safe haven for business travellers as well. Lastly, by hosting the IMF 2003, Dubai will have a place on the world map,” adds Fernandes.
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