Dnata offers Geneva, Phuket holiday packages
Dubai, November 28, 2010
Luxury Hotels by Dnata has announced 'Stay 4, Pay 3' packages to Geneva and Phuket, for the holiday season.
In Geneva, the five-star Hotel D’Angleterre, a member of Luxury Hotels by Dnata, is offering a Stay 4, Pay 3 package till December 31. Air-inclusive rates start at Dh10,700 per person ($2,913) based on double occupancy.
Included in the package are round-trip air transportation from Dubai to Geneva on Austrian Airlines via Vienna, accommodations for four nights in a Junior Suite, airport transfers, breakfast daily, canapés on arrival, early check-in and late check-out, taxes and service charge. Website is www.dangleterrehotel.com.
A member of Leading Small Hotels of the World and Red Carnation Hotels, Hotel D’Angleterre is located just 15 minutes from the airport, on fashionable Quai du Mont Blanc, in the heart of the city. Its lakeside setting provides sweeping views of Lake Geneva and mountains in the distance. The hotel is within walking distance of shops, restaurants and art galleries. Superb skiing is less than an hour away, a statement said.
If people who prefer a beach resort, the five-star Trisara (www.trisara.com) hotel in Phuket is also offering a free-night stay. The hotel offers private infinity pool, yoga classes, visit to nearby islands on its sports cruiser. A variety of massages, including a signature, six-handed massage by three trained therapists, can be experienced in the privacy of the villa or by the pool.
From now until December 15, 'Stay 4, Pay 3' air-inclusive rates start at Dh7,765 per person (based on double occupancy) for the package, air transport from Dubai to Phuket on Malaysian Airlines via Kuala Lumpur, accommodations for four nights in an ocean view pool room, breakfast daily, airport transfers and all taxes and service charges.-TradeArabia News Service
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