HOLIDAYMAKERS from the Middle East can now take advantage of free weekends when booking five nights at InterContinental Hotels & Resorts in select holiday destinations around the world.
Guests looking for luxury escapes to exciting cities and resorts in Europe, America and Asia as well as in the Middle East, will find an array of tempting prices at the hotel chain’s luxury hotels.
The offer will be valid for stays until September 5 with prices starting from $42 per room, per night at the Makkah InterContinental, Saudi Arabia. In Europe, guests can choose hotels in cities such as London, Paris, Geneva and Rome as well as resorts like Cannes in Southern France. The Carlton InterContinental Cannes will be offering seven entirely new luxurious suites from June following the completion of an extension to the hotel. The top floor suites will offer guests luxury and privacy as well as unparalleled views of the sea and the famous La Croisette.
Guests bound for North America will be able to take advantage of the Luxury Escapes in cities such as San Francisco, New York, Washington, Houston, Montreal and Toronto. Choose from hotels including the InterContinental Central Park South New York and the InterContinental Montreal.
Those heading East can choose to take advantage of the offer in Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok while those guests staying closer to home can choose from over 30 InterContinental Hotels & Resorts around the Middle East and Africa. Guests can choose to be among the first to visit the InterContinental Heliopolis or a relaxing break away in the cool of the Lebanese mountains at InterContinental Mountain Resort & Spa Mzaar.
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