The Sheraton Dubai Hotel is offering a special weekend package inclusive of a buffet breakfast or an Iftar buffet during Ramadan.
The package also includes other value benefits such as complimentary airport transfers, welcome drinks, complimentary fruit platter and mineral water in the room, free stay for two children under 12 in the parents room, daily newspaper and complimentary use of the hotel's Creek Health Club facilities.
The weekend package (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) is available at Dh335++ ($91) for a single room and Dh370 for a double room.
Special discounted rate of Dh350 for room only is also on offer throughout Ramadan, a hotel spokesperson said.
The traditional Iftar buffet will be served in the hotel's Creekside restaurant where guests can also opt for outdoor dining in the restaurant's terraces.
For Dh75 net per person, the buffet will include all traditional items such as a selection of hot and cold Arabic mezzeh, traditional local-style Oozie and a live barbecue station.
The buffet will also offer a selection of Italian anti-pasti dishes as well as authentic Indian and Far Eastern main courses. A selection of lavish desserts will also be available.
A landmark of Dubai, the Sheraton Dubai Hotel & Towers has been welcoming business and leisure travellers for the past 22 years.
The hotel has been undergoing controlled and phased renovation for the past two and a half years. It opened a new state-of-the-art conference centre last month as part of the project.
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