The Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai has announced a new package aimed specifically at day stop-over guests called the “Shangri-La Siesta” with prices from Dh394 per person, based on a minimum of two guests.
This unique package is ideal for both guests stopping over in Dubai for the day enroute to another destination as well as local Dubai residents looking for a quick escape from the hectic pace of life, hustle and bustle. The package incorporates the use of a luxurious deluxe guest room from 12 noon until 6pm; access to the hotel’s facilities including the Health Club and resort-styled swimming pool a light lunch served poolside and a 50-minute Chi Balance Massage.
“The package offers a tourist or visitor to Dubai, the freedom to spend the morning of arrival site seeing and then check-in to the hotel at lunchtime, enjoy the sunshine poolside, use the hotel’s facilities such as the gym, enjoy a light lunch and an invigorating massage; then shower and prepare for the onward journey in the comfort of one of our rooms,” said Sharon Garrett, director of communications, Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai.
The “Shangri-La Siesta” package starts from Dh788 per room based on two persons (including municipality fees and service charge), is valid till August 30, 2005 and is subject to availability.
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