Rocco Forte unveils special Eid packages
Dubai, August 21, 2011
Rocco Forte Hotels, a leading European luxury hotel group, has announced special holiday packages for visitors from the Middle East region visiting their properties this Eid.
Under this promotion, guests can enjoy a complimentary night’s stay or receive a second room for half price when they book the unique Eid Celebration Offer or Eid Family Celebration Offer that runs till September 30 and from the October 26 to November 20.
The Eid Celebration Offer allows guests to book five consecutive nights and receive a complimentary sixth night, in addition to daily breakfast for two, personalized Eid Celebration welcome amenities, early check-in, late check-out and 10 per cent discount off any spa treatment during their stay.
The Eid Family Celebration Offer affords families the opportunity of booking six nights and receiving a second room at half price or more for two children under the age of 12.
This offer also includes the extensive selection of benefits from the Eid Celebration Offer, inclusive of breakfast for two adults and two children, complimentary food and beverages for children under 3, as well as a 50 per cent reduction on all menus for children under 12, a complimentary gift for each child and sweets on arrival.
Both promotions are available across the group’s extensive portfolio, giving families the perfect opportunity to celebrate this festive season together, while also providing visitors from the region the opportunity to explore and discover captivating cities such as Rome, London, Edinburgh and Prague.
The European luxury group boasts of 13 individually distinct hotels, all located within culturally-rewarding city locations, said a senior official.
"With 13 European destinations across an array of culturally diverse and shopper-friendly locations, our properties have become increasingly popular with Middle Eastern guests," said Rocco Forte Hotels brand managing director Richard Power.
"Convenient travel connections from across the Arab world, the high levels of personalised customer service we offer, our extensive range of facilities and the central location of Rocco Forte Hotels have meant that increasing numbers of travelers from the region are celebrating holidays such as Eid with us,” he added.
Rocco Forte Hotels, he said, also offers a number of special amenities for Arab guests including halal foods and specially-prepared Arabic cuisine, adjoining suites for larger family groups traveling together, and prayer mats.
Locations including The Charles in Munich and Le Richemond in Geneva have shisha cafes to welcome guests, and a number of Rocco Forte Hotels have Arabic-speaking staff onsite, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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