In keeping with their custom every year, the Mِvenpick Hotels and Resorts in Jordan join the local community in celebrating Ramadan.
Ongoing promotions and activities at the four hotels in Jordan have been specially designed to accommodate the needs of people who fast during the holy month.
These promotions include accommodation and F&B offerings.
At the Mِvenpick Resort & Residence Aqaba, two room deals are available. The Shahrazad at Aqaba Package combines three days and two nights at JD395 ($557.5) for standard double room and JD300 for a standard single room, while the Shahrayar at Aqaba Package offers four days and three nights from JD540 for two persons in a standard double room upwards.
Both packages include breakfast and dinner buffets at the Palm Court Restaurant & Terrace with a live band and belly dancer during dinner. A 50 per cent discount is available on F&B consumption for children below the age of 12. Children below the age of six are accommodated free of charge in their parent’s room.
Majestically located in the centre of Aqaba, overlooking the Red Sea and with direct access to its own private beach, the five-star resort is an architectural gem. With 296 rooms and suites, nine restaurants, four pools, Snoopy Club for children and meeting facilities for up to 550 persons, the hotel is billed as the ideal choice for business or pleasure.
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