Dnata offers Europe holidays in luxury hotels
Dubai, June 18, 2009
Dnata, a leading Dubai government owned supplier of air travel services, is offering European holiday packages which include stays in luxury hotels.
Tourists could stay at the renowned Grand Hotel du Lac in Geneva during the Montreux Jazz Festival starting on July 3, which takes place against the spectacular backdrop of Lake Geneva.
Grand Hotel du Lac occupies a prime spot in the neighbouring, medieval town of Vevey.
A special package on offer during the festival includes three nights in a superior room, breakfast, tax and service charges, plus complimentary access to the Bellefontaine Health and Wellness Centre and starts from Dh2,300 ($626) per person. Tickets for the festival can be arranged through the hotel.
Alternatively, tourists could try the world-renowned fango mud treatments than at the Abano Grand Hotel in Venice, according to Dnata.
The luxurious Abano Grand hotel offers an extensive range of beauty and wellness facilities, including three thermal pools, reflexology, reiki; hydromassage and aromatherapy treatments.
A stay at the Abano Grand this June offers a host of extra special treats, including two free 30-minute massages, a free upgrade to a deluxe panorama room, complimentary room service breakfast, late checkout until 3 pm and a delicious dinner at the hotel’s Pietro d’Abano Restaurant.
A three-night stay in a double deluxe room starts from Dh2365 ($644) per person (excluding flights).
Dnata also offers a stay at the Aldemar Royal Mare hotel in the Greek island of Crete, which is not just the home of the Minoan civilisation and the world-famous Knossos Palace – it also hosts a fun and fascinating array of festivals.
This summer, the Aldemar Royal Mare has a special ‘Pay 4 Stay 5’ offer in a junior suite with a sharing pool starting from Dh4,300 ($1,170) per person.
The offer includes a daily gourmet breakfast plus a complimentary upgrade to a private pool suite, subject to availability. Guests also receive a free welcome pack, including flowers, slippers and a bathrobe. – TradeArabia News Service