Shop until you drop with Fairmont
The Fairmont Dubai invites guests to beat the summer heat with two exclusive promotions where accommodation is combined with seasonal offerings.
Book a room at the hotel for a minimum of two nights from now until August 31, and guests will receive a Dh500 gift voucher to spend in the region’s largest shopping complex - Mall of the Emirates.
The voucher can be redeemed at one of over 450 retailers, 70 dining venues, and a range of entertainment options including Ski Dubai, the first indoor ski slope in the Middle East, 14 screen Cinestar Cinema complex, and a bowling and arcade centre.
At the hotel guests can have access to a range of complimentary services, including a 24 hour health club, heat facilities and two outdoor swimming pools.
With this special summer offer, guests can also get an upgrade from a Fairmont room to a one bedroom suite for an additional Dh350.
The shopping package is priced at Dh999 per night (exclusive of 10 per cent municipality fees and 10 per cent service charge) and is based on double occupancy. Contact +971 4 332 5555, or visit www.fairmont.com/dubai.
There is also a spa package: book a Fairmont room for a minimum of two nights from now until August 31, and enjoy complimentary breakfast for two at Cascades restaurant plus a 60 minute relaxation massage for one person at Willow Stream Spa.
Guests taking this package will also have an opportunity to experience the spa that covers over 40,000 square feet and offers a luxurious Romanesque feel throughout with separate male and female spa sections, both featuring a Jacuzzi area with Turkish Hammam inspired steam rooms, an ice shower and relaxation rooms.
With this special summer offer, guests can also upgrade from a Fairmont room to a one bedroom suite for an additional Dh350. One bedroom suites feature separate and spacious sitting and bedroom areas, en-suite bathrooms and panoramic views of the city.
The spa package is priced at Dh999 per night (exclusive of 10 per cent municipality fees and 10 per cent service charge) and is based on double occupancy.