This summer Movenpick Hotels has many summer offers. From Bur Dubai, Dubai until August 31 rates are from Dh450 ++ for a standard room or Dh650 ++ for executive floor plus use of all its five star facilities. All guests receive late check out, welcome drink and fruit baskets in their room. For those on the executive floor there is a lounge which serves complimentary breakfast and happy hour every evening compete with canapés and drinks.
Movenpick Hotel Bahrain is offering swimming lessons and hotel made ice creams until August 31. The lessons are available seven days a week in the hotel’s infinity edge pool and both personal training sessions and group lessons are available. Charges vary according to the number of sessions. The trainer will also provide supervised children’s sports activities.
From Movenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea, Jordan, there is a summer honeymoon package available until September 1 which includes one overnight stay in a premium room with private pool, jacuzzi and special honeymoon touches such as the presentation of a heart shaped strawberry cake upon arrival, breakfast in the room and a couple’s massage along with a free entrance to the spa for two people.
The summer honeymoon package is available only on weekdays from Saturday to Wednesday at $380 (plus 16 per cent sales tax and 10 per cent service charge).
A summer wedding package is also available and includes a wedding buffet dinner for 200 guests, 30 guest rooms for one night, an executive suite for the wedding couple for one night and breakfast to the suite, sparkling wine and a host of special amenities in the bridal suite all for $12,700.
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