The Qasr Al Sarab Resort by Anantara in Abu Dhabi’s Empty Quarter.
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DUBAI – The sprawling desert resort of Qasr Al Sarab Resort by Anantara in Abu Dhabi’s Empty Quarter is reopening in August with rooms for less than Dh1,000.
The palatial resort will reopen on August 15 with rooms with breakfast starting at Dh999, and villa stays starting at Dh1,999.
It is also offering the Royal Desert Hideaway package for Dh3,999 covering a two-night stay in a villa with its own pool, spa treatments, breakfast and complimentary activity such as archery, camel trekking or fat-biking.
The resort has received certification from the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism as a safe destination for travelers amid the coronavirus pandemic. ICA/Expat Media
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