THE Mövenpick Hotel Bur Dubai is celebrating Ramadan with special room deals, serving up single superior rooms for Dh650 ($177) each and double superior rooms at Dh700.
The packages include a welcome drink on arrival, special gift for children upon arrival, late check-out until 1600 hours, free usage of the swimming pool and gym facilities and in-room fruit basket. Rates are subject to 10 per cent Municipality fees and 10 per cent service charge.
Located in the heart of the city, the hotel is just 10 minutes from Dubai International Airport and the World Trade Centre, in close proximity to the Wafi City Mall and the Lamcy Plaza shopping centre. It is a short drive from Jumeirah Beach.
All 232 rooms and suites are fully equipped with satellite TV, hairdryers, safe deposit boxes/ wireless high speed internet access/ mini bar/ telephone with direct dialing facilities and data ports, 24-hr room service/ rooftop swimming pool/ fitness centre underground car park and business centre.
The hotel features an executive floor with an exclusive executive lounge offering complementary breakfast buffet and refreshments throughout the day and exclusive access to executive floor guests only.
Restaurants include Somerset’s, a traditional English Pub; La Veranda, a family-style Italian restaurant; the all-day dining Fountain Restaurant; Café Espresso for light refreshments and Mövenpick specialties all day long as well as Lebanese restaurant Fakhreldine nightclub Jimmy Dix and the Ozone Cigar Bar.
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