Dnata offers summer luxury hotel deals
Dubai, August 3, 2009
Dnata is offering tempting last-minute deals at luxury hotels in London, Italy and Beirut this summer.
Value-for-money deals in London include boutique hotel The Milestone, which has won the prestigious Condé Nast Traveller Award for Best British Hotel in 2008. The hotel boasts stunning views of Kensington Palace and Hyde Park.
Until September, one can upgrade to a suite at The Milestone for just Dh7,940 ($2,157) for two people for three nights, including breakfast and taxes.
Another hotel to check out is the Dukes Hotel, ideally located in the upmarket district of St James’s, Mayfair, which was a favourite with James Bond creator Ian Fleming whenever he was in town. The hotel was recently renovated. Special rates at the hotel come at just Dh1075 per room per night including taxes and breakfast until September.
Flights from Dubai to London Heathrow start from Dh2080 on Qatar Airways (via Doha) or from Dh2662 direct on Virgin Atlantic.
Beirut deals include the Habtoor Grand Hotel Convention Center & Spa which boasts scenicmountain or city views.
Throughout August, prices at the Habtoor Grand Hotel & Spa start from Dh780 per person per night in an Executive Room, including taxes and breakfast.
Flights from Dubai to Beirut start from Dh1769 on MEA.
Offers in Italy include the elegant Abano Grand Hotel, in the spa town of Abano Terme. The luxurious hotel offers an extensive range of health and beauty facilities, including three thermal pools, reflexology, reiki; hydromassage and aromatherapy treatments.
Prices at the Abano Grand start from Dh785 per person per night in a Deluxe Panoramic Room, including breakfast and taxes.
Flights from Dubai to Venice start from Dh2904 on KLM (via Amsterdam).-TradeArabia News Service
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