DNATA Holidays and the Oberoi Group have combined to offer luxurious yet affordable summer retreats at exotic hotel resorts in India, Mauritius and Egypt.
The packages include special offers of free nights at resorts steeped in the history of their respective regions. Many of these resorts include spa facilities offering holistic Asian therapies, yoga and meditation.
Also included in the packages are stays at Oberoi’s chain of Trident Hilton Hotels across India, which are all superior first class hotels with contemporary facilities offering quality and value for money.
The outstanding offer of the packages is at the opulent Oberoi Mauritius, where prices start from Dh7,380 per person for four nights on twin-sharing basis and customers staying a minimum of four nights can literally double their relaxation bliss with an extra four nights free of charge.
At the range of luxury Oberoi properties throughout India, where three twin-shared nights at the Oberoi Delhi start at Dh3,640 per person, and Egypt’s sumptuous Mena House Oberoi in Cairo, where the same. package start at. Dh1,980 per person, customers paying for four nights at Dh8,2800 get an extra four night free and Dh10,440 for a five nights package gets and extra seven nights free.
The packages are valid until September 30.
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