DNATA’S luxury hotel brand represents a collection of hand-picked hotels that boast stunning locations, excellent service and great value for money. This summer special packages are available for both couples and families to suit everyone’s tastes.
Set within the sloping hills of Fiesole, yet only moments from the city of Florence, Italy, Il Salviatino offers a relaxing romantic escape in the heart of one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe. Packages start from Dh5,020 ($1,366) per person based on twin-share for a three-night stay in a dome view deluxe double room including breakfast daily, a romantic candlelit dinner for two, a rose petal bath with chocolates and a surprise farewell gift on departure. The offer is valid for travel until October 15, 2011.
Built in 1872 and renovated recently, Hotel d’Angleterre’s lake-side location in the heart of Geneva, Switzerland’s, shopping and financial district offers the perfect blend of idyllic scenery and sophisticated European culture. From now until the end of September 2011, guests who book for two nights will receive an additional night free in a Courtyard Junior suite with complimentary breakfast. Prices start from Dh6,285 ($1,711) per person.
In New Zealand, Rotorua’s Lake Okareka Lodge boasts commanding views of the lake, the surrounding countryside and a private beach. Accessible by scenic road, seaplane or helicopter, the lodge is currently offering a special honeymoon package, valid throughout 2011 with prices starting from Dh28,275 ($7,697) per person (suite rate) or Dh35,510 ($9,667) per person for the exclusive use of the entire lodge. The rate includes a three-night stay in the Lake Okareka suite, a 24-hour butler service and personal chef breakfast, lunch and a five-course dinner daily, a relaxing massage for two, complimentary use of jet skis, kayaks and fishing equipment, a private tour of Rotorua including a helicopter tour of the volcano and return airport transfers.
At Moksha, India, nature-lovers and day dreamers alike will embrace the scenic wonders of the Himalayan mountains at the 62-suite Moksha Himalaya Spa Resort, India. The resort offers three different tailor-made guest programmes offering a choice of either a pampering, wellbeing or discovery getaway. Packages start from Dh3,080 ($838) per person for a three-night stay in a Moksha suite, including welcome refreshments, daily in-room fruits and mineral waters, buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and return airport transfers. The offer is valid for travel until October 31, 2011.
Set among the pristine islands and blue ocean of South Ari Atoll (Alifu Atoll) in the Maldives, the all-inclusive Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa offers a special family package where the first child stays for free. Prices for a three-night stay in a beach suite start from Dh10,390 ($2,828) per family of four (two adults and two children under 12 years of age), inclusive of breakfast, lunch, dinner and selected beverages daily as well as airport transfers via speedboat. The offer is valid until July 15, 2011.
And nestled in a private bay on Phuket’s unspoilt north-western coast is Trisara, Southeast Asia’s most intimate and exclusive resort and spa, offering guests an additional fourth night free and a complimentary upgrade to the next available room category when they book a three-night package. With prices starting from Dh3,965 ($1,079) per person, the offer also includes breakfast daily, return airport transfers and two Sukhothai massage treatments. The offer is valid until the October 31, 2011.
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