RESIDENTS of the UAE can access magic for just Dh333 (plus taxes) at Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina up until August 31.
The Dubai resort has revived its popular dine and stay summer promotion in response to customer demand. The More Mina Magic package offers a five-course meal at Retro, the resort’s award-winning fine-dining restaurant, or themed buffet at Waves, and a night in a deluxe room, with beach access the following day. The offer also includes complimentary supervised Penguin Club activities for children.
Michael Scully, general manager of the resort, said: 'We have run the Mina Magic promotion for the last few summers, in response to local demand. The summer months are traditionally an opportunity for UAE residents to come and relax with us, and this is a very affordable chance to have a short break on the beach. We may be only a few minutes drive away for many people, but a night at the Mina leaves guests truly relaxed.'
The upscale resort has undergone a series of market-leading ventures, including significant landscape extensions in 2003.
Mina Seyahi is already renowned for its exciting sporting calendar and for the choice of leisure facilities available. Key to these are the extensive watersport options, in-cluding a 145 berth luxury marina, deep sea fishing, PADI diving, windsurfing, water skiing, canoes and five swimming pools. The resort is being billed as a total lifestyle destination.
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