THE Fairmont Dubai is offering a special Ramadan rate of Dh599++ for a room at the hotel, according to a hotel spokesperson.
The offer is subject to availability. The 394-room hotel, with its architecture inspired by a barajeel or Arabian windtower, is situated on Sheikh Zayed Road directly opposite the Dubai World Trade Centre and is 20 minutes away from either Dubai airport or New Dubai. It hosts 128 luxurious suites as well as its premium Fairmont Gold ‘hotel within a hotel’; 10 dining and entertainment venues, a 40,000sqft spa and health club with gym, aerobics room, treatment rooms, saunas & Jacuzzis; and two terrace sundecks each with a hand-crafted mosaic-lined pool.
Guestrooms and suites retain their individuality thanks to a palette of relaxing colour schemes with bold accents, reflecting multi-cultural influences from Arabia to Europe and Japan, but all come equipped with a technologically advanced interactive TV system and superior facilities for the well-travelled business guest.
The hotel has a dedicated second floor business centre with six private workstations/interview rooms and three executive boardrooms, one equipped with ‘smart wall’, electronic whiteboard, VCR capabilities and complete audio systems. In addition, the 33rd floor adaptable auditorium venue offers Gulf views and high speed Internet access, as well as rear screen projection and the latest technology. There are also 18 executive breakout rooms available for use as personal boardrooms or offices, as well as an opulent ballroom accommodating up to 900 people, reception style.
Dining destinations are equally avant-garde with 10 options.
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