THE Grand Hyatt Dubai has announced details of its 2004 summer packages and children’s summer activities, which will coincide with the dates of Dubai Summer Surprises from June 17 to August 31.
The hotel’s summer package offers guests a complimentary extra night’s stay on a booking of three consecutive nights in the hotel. Until July 20, a Grand Room is priced at Dh600 per night, and from July 21 to August 31, a Grand Room is available at Dh700 per night.
Set in 37 acres of landscaped gardens and located in the heart of the city, the Grand Hyatt Dubai offers world class resort facilities and a diverse selection of dining outlets.
The Grand Hyatt Dubai’s ‘Happy at Hyatt’ children’s programme begins every day at 10am in the hotel’s spectacular landscaped grounds with ‘Cool By The Pool’, an hour-long activity where children can participate in water polo, outdoor aerobics, ‘pearl’ diving and the ‘It’s A Knockout’ obstacle course.
At 11am and 3pm, the action moves to the Al Dar function room located within Grand Hyatt Dubai’s Conference Centre for an hour of arts and crafts. When its time for lunch, children can head to The Market Café, where they can learn to bake and shape their own cookies from 12.30-2pm. To round off the day’s activities, favourite kids TV programmes and movies will be screened at 4pm and 7pm in Al Dar.
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