Dubai hotel offers shopping festival package
Dubai, January 2, 2012
Grand Millennium Dubai, part of the Millennium & Copthorne Hotel group, has unveiled its two-night Dubai Shopping Festival package including a relaxing massage for one and a dinner for two.
For Dh1,660 ($452.01) guests can stay in a spacious deluxe room for two nights and enjoy free shuttle buses to some of Dubai’s best shopping destinations, including Mall of the Emirates, Dubai Mall, Ibn Battuta Mall and Wafi.
Post-shopping, guests can choose one evening to take advantage of added-value features including a choice of a dinner for two at the hotel’s Atrium restaurant or indulge in an Italian feast at Dante, a statement from the hotel said.
During their stay, guests can also book in a relaxing Aroma massage at the hotel’s signature Jasmine Spa. Those who want to indulge further will receive 30 per cent off their total bill at any of the hotel’s restaurants as well as 20 per cent off any spa treatment.
The Dubai Shopping Festival, which takes place all over the emirate from January 5 to February 5, is an annual retail and entertainment event that attracts tourists from all over the world, the statement said.
Peter Mansourian, general manager of Grand Millennium Dubai, said: “The Dubai Shopping Festival brings people from all over the world and our package allows them to make the most of their time here in Dubai.”
The hotel group has more than 120 owned and managed hotels across 20 countries, and is committed to offering an outstanding guest experience throughout the hotel, whether in its guest rooms or restaurants.
The hotel added another string to its bow recently with the opening of its luxurious catered cinema, the ‘G’ movie theatre. – TradeArabia News Service
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