IN celebration of the Holy Month, Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace has announced a room rate package of Dh1,099 ($299) for single/double Coral room and Dh1,299 for a single/double Diamond room especially for UAE residents.
The offer is valid throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
With serene surroundings and luxurious accommodations and amenities, Emirates Palace has positioned itself as the ideal place for reflection and celebration during Ramadan. “And with the biggest Ramadan Tent set up anywhere in the UAE, guests can expect an Iftar celebration unlike any other, featuring sumptuous buffets and leisure activities for both parents and children,” says Noel Massoud, general manager, Emirates Palace.
Emirates Palace has become a popular vacation for holiday makers from all over the region, captivating the fancy of a growing number of tourists with its spectacular architecture as well a superior amenities and services. All 394 Emirates Palace luxury rooms and suites have been carefully designed and decorated to offer superior comfort and leisure. All the modern conveniences – from digital entertainment to internet access – are complemented by an impressive colour scheme that pervade the entire rooms, creating a relaxing atmosphere that is at once pleasing to the eye, and comforting to the body.
The hotel offers a host of exceptional food and beverage outlets.
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