RITZ-CARLTON properties across the GCC are making the chain’s legendary luxury a little more accessible this summer, with a variety of room deals.
Nestled in a tropical garden, set on 1000 feet of prime Jumeirah beach front, the Mediterranean-style Ritz-Carlton Dubai is offering a deluxe room, single or double occupancy, for Dh825++ ($221) per night. Alternatively, at 50 per cent extra on the room rate, guests can stay in a deluxe suite for Dh1,235++ per night. The hotel is making Club Rooms available at Dh1,150++ per night. Single or double occupancy, these include breakfast and access to the Club Lounge, which offers six complimentary food and beverage presentations daily with complimentary wireless internet access.
Rates are subject to 10 per cent municipality fee and 10 per cent service charge and are valid until August 31. They are subject to rate and room availability at the time of booking and are valid for GCC and Middle East residents only. All offers include a complimentary shuttle to the city centre shopping malls and to Wild Wadi.
Up to two children below the age of 12 years may stay complimentary in a deluxe room with their parents, with existing furniture (rollaway beds are charged separately).
The 138-room resort offers guests a host of extensive leisure facilities including an exclusive beach, three swimming pools, four floodlit tennis courts, two air-conditioned squash courts, and a large gymnasium. Each of the resort’s beautifully appointed deluxe accommodations offers uninterrupted views of the Arabian Sea and has a private balcony or patio.
The hotel is also offering a summer programme of activities for the Ritz Kids Club during July and August, giving parents the freedom to enjoy the spa with 15 per cent of all treatments, or to just relax by the pool for four days at a preferred summer rate.
The Ritz-Carlton Doha, which is being billed the perfect retreat in the Qatari capital, is offering its Reconnect Package for $357, including accommodation for two, breakfast or in-room dining, and champagne and strawberries on arrival.
Those who have dreamed of spending their summer lounging on a private island or relaxing in the comfort of their own villa, complete with a pool and 24-hour lifestyle butler, may now take advantage of special summer rates at the Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain Hotel & Spa. Available for only two months starting July 1, the newly renovated rooms, suites and villas are ready to welcome the summer set at very attractive rates.
A deluxe room, is available from BD59++ ($156.5), as against a regular rate of BD110++. Club Rooms are on offer from BD99++, while Club Suites can be booked from BD169++
The hotel is also offering special Family Suite and Summer Villa packages from BD79++ and BD499++ respectively. The Family Package accommodates two adults and up to two children under 12 years in a deluxe room inclusive of a summer lounge offering Arabic breakfast and light snacks.
The Summer Villa Package features a three-bedroom villa that sleeps up to six persons comfortably, inclusive of a 24-hour lifestyle butler, private swimming pool, outdoor terrace and in-villa breakfast.
These rates are valid from July 1 to August 31 and are subject to 20.75 per cent tax and service charges, and room availability. The rates are applicable to residents of the GCC and Middle East only.
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