The infinity pool overlooking the Meydan Racecourse.
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DUBAI – Four reasons are offered to holiday enthusiasts planning ahead to enjoy a cool summer in Dubai, only when booking a room or a suite at The Meydan Hotel on TheMeydanHotel.com for stays between 15 May and 30 September 2018* with ‘Do More – Spend Less’ summer promotion.
Why not start with the first reason, a 50% discount on all restaurants and lounges* at this award-winning hotel including Shiba* Chinese and Japanese restaurant, international buffet restaurant Farriers, all-day relaxing Millennium Lounge, PRIME fine-dining steakhouse, Qube Sports Bar, Shiba bar and Equus Pool Bar*. Additional benefit is dedicated to the young guests below 12 years, where they will dine and stay for free, when joining their parents to this summer holiday.
The second reason could encourage everyone even more as The Meydan Hotel promises all its guests, a luxurious and indulgent stay in any of its 284 rooms and suites with special rates starting from Dh349* per room per night, offering spacious standard rooms from 62 m2 that can accommodate up to two adults and two children to ‘enjoy more and spend less’ during this summer.
A cool summer is not complete without the splashing the water in the infinity swimming pool on the rooftop overlooking the majestic Meydan Race course, home of Dubai World Cup, one of the world’s richest horse races. While the adults enjoy the pool and view with their friends, the little ones will explore the kids’ pool and its adjacent play area where they will enjoy their time until the sun goes down. For the fitness enthusiasts, a state-of-the-art gym is available around the clock for all hotel guests to keep their shape during their summer break.
The last but not least reason, to book ‘Do More–Spend Less’ summer promotion at The Meydan Hotel is dedicated to the shopping and entertainment lovers looking to explore Dubai this summer. The Meydan Hotel, which is part of DISCOVERY loyalty programme, offers to its guests a complimentary shuttle bus with three daily trips to visit Dubai mall. No need for a taxi, the world’s largest mall is just a trip way with more than 1,200 retail outlets and a massive entertainment varieties for the whole family to choose their favourite from.
Whether for one or for the four reasons, guests of all ages will spend some unforgettable moments this summer when booking ‘Do More –Spend Less’ summer promotion and stay at The Meydan Hotel.
￼‘Do More –Spend Less’ summer promotion is applicable at The Meydan Hotel when booking rooms for stays from 15 May until to 30 September 2018. Rates start from Dh349 exclusive of 10% municipality fees, 10% service charge, 5% VAT and a Tourism Dirham Fee of Dh20 per bedroom, per night on bed only basis. Free Cancellation 24 hours prior to arrival. Blackout dates apply. Credit Card is only needed to guarantee the booking. Blackout dates apply. Hotel may pre-authorize/validate provided card in advance. Free Wi-Fi internet access. 50% discount applies on ‘Shiba’ restaurant, ‘Farriers’ restaurant, ‘Millennium Lounge’, Qube Sports Bar, Shiba Bar, Equus Pool Bar and on selected items at PRIME steakhouse.
50% discount does not apply on room service, mini bar or tobacco. The promotion is not applicable in conjunction with other promotion or offer. Book ‘Do More – Spend Less’ summer promotion at https://themeydanhotel.com/summer.
For more information, please contact +971 4 381 3231 or e- mail firstname.lastname@example.org #DiscoverMeydan
￼￼*During the holy month of Ramadan, Shiba restaurant, Shiba Bar and Equus Bar are closed and Qube Bar opens for dinner only. PR/Expat Media
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