EMIRATES Hotels & Resorts has announced a first class holiday competition in celebration of Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa’s 10th anniversary, and the opening of Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa later this year.
The competition is open to all Emirates Hotels & Resorts guests who stay for a minimum of three nights at either Al Maha in Dubai or Wolgan Valley in Australia between October 1 and December 31, 2009. All guests have to do to enter the competition is book a room at either property.
The winner will receive a five day stay for two people on a full board basis at the sister resort. The prize also includes two first class return tickets with Emirates airline from anywhere in the world within its global network, private airport transfers, two treatments at the Emirates Hotels & Resorts’ Timeless Spa and two leisure activities per day. The prize is worth an estimated $30,000 and is valid until October 1, 2010. The winner will also have the option to extend the trip to explore more of the United Arab Emirates or Australia.
Tony Williams, senior vice president, Resorts & Projects, Emirates Hotels & Resorts, said, “The success of Al Maha would not have been achieved without the continued support of all our guests, and so this competition is not only an exceptional prize, but it gives us the opportunity to say thank you to them.”
“The competition will enable the winner to experience a different world class conservation based resort, with all the trappings of a luxury holiday.”
Al Maha is currently offering a special promotion, with all guests staying for two nights receiving a complimentary third night. All rates are on full board basis, inclusive of all teas and coffees, and two desert based activities per day. The offer is valid until September 17, 2009.
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