HILTON hotels in the UAE, Kuwait and Oman are serving up special packages for travellers seeking to get away from it all this Ramadan.
“Ramadan is a wonderful time of the year and our hotels have designed special packages with families and couples from the Arab world in mind. Through these fabulous deals, guests can reap great bonuses as well as enjoy a true Ramadan experience,” said Guy Epsom, regional director of Sales and Marketing, Hilton International, Arabian Peninsula.
The northern emirate of Fujairah boasts the fun-filled Hilton Fujairah Resort, which has this year tailored its offering to include a night’s stay, with a buffet breakfast and a sumptuous Iftar buffet in a traditional majlis setting.
Ideal for a quick escape, the package is just Dh615 ($167) for a single room and Dh655 for a double room.
Meanwhile, the idyllic Hilton Salalah Resort provides travellers the opportunity to stay four nights for the price of three, at rates of RO44 ($114) for a single room and RO50 for a double room. The offer is valid throughout the months of September and October. Located on the southern coast of Oman, Salalah has already made a name for itself with the Khareef season, a monsoon climate unique to the region.
Travellers can also opt for the luxuries of the Hilton Kuwait Resort, which this year offers a great deal for visitors. Rates start from KD70 ($242) per night based on double occupancy, and also includes a Sohour or Iftar buffet for two.
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