Mövenpick Hotels increases summer discounts
Dubai, May 12, 2011
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has launched its 2011 summer offers under the umbrella “100 per cent summer fun and 25 per cent extra savings”.
Guests staying at over 40 Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts across the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Africa will enjoy an additional discount up to 25 per cent on the seasonal rates.
Travellers can select among 24 Middle Eastern hotels located across Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE or explore destinations within some of the company’s European, Asian and African locations. This offer will start on May 15 and be valid throughout the summer and Ramadan.
“Our summer offers are especially appealing this year as they not only encourage intra-regional travel but provide the opportunity to experience long-haul international locations.” he said. In addition, they are designed to reward our loyal repeat guests and to attract the weekend-stay local market to come and experience our properties,” said Toufic Tamim, vice president for Sales & Marketing in the Middle East.
Travellers looking for leisure, shopping and world-class entertainment can select one of the four Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts located in Dubai, he added.
For relaxation with a cultural twist, guests can select from five properties in Jordan, located in the key historical and leisure locations of Dead Sea, Aqaba, Tala Bay and Petra while those looking for a vibrant lifestyle getaway will find the Mövenpick Hotel & Resort Beirut the place to be.
For a traditional Middle Eastern experience, guests may opt to stay in any of the two Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts within Qatar and Kuwait respectively or at any of eight properties within Saudi Arabia.
Furthermore, the summer offer is valid in international locations such as Zurich, Geneva, Prague, Amsterdam, Berlin, Istanbul, Phuket, Saigon and Tunis, among many more, he concluded.-TradeArabi News Service
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