HOLIDAYMAKERS to the Shangri-La hotels in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Oman, need only pay 50 per cent of the published rate, inclusive of breakfast.
The 42 storey Shangri-La Hotel Dubai along Sheikh Zayed Road is 15 minutes from Dubai International Airport and five minutes from the World Trade Centre, Dubai International Financial Centre as well as Downtown Burj Dubai. It is also within close proximity to major shopping malls and beaches. The hotel offers 301 rooms and suites plus eight restaurants and bars.
The Shangri-La Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi lying on a private one kilometre long beach, has 214 rooms which feature a balcony or terrace with a view of the sea. More privacy is available in any of the six four bedroom villas, each with a private pool. The hotel also has 161 serviced apartments ranging from studios to four bedrooms, plus five restaurants and a CHI Spa.
Located on a stunning bay and nestled against a mountain backdrop, Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa in Oman is Muscat’s only three hotel luxury resort. The property features the Al Husn (the castle), Al Bandar (the Town) and family oriented Al Waha (the Oasis). Extensive leisure facilities include pristine private beaches, 19 restaurants and bars, an Omani Heritage Village, the Al Mazaar souk as well as a dive centre.
The Middle East Summer Escape offer is valid until September 19 and is available only to residents of GCC. Proof of residency will be asked upon check in.
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