Guests can opt for a Deluxe Family Chalet or a Premium Family Chalet.
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ABU DHABI – Looking for a one-of-a-kind staycation among wildlife? You might want to try the newly launched boutique chalets at Emirates Park Zoo & Resort.
Beautifully complementing the zoo, the chalets combine the spacious layout and homely touches of a private residence with the resort’s service and amenities.
Guests can opt for a Deluxe Family Chalet or a Premium Family Chalet, both of which includes a spacious living and dining area, and a private terrace offering either a view of the giraffes or access to the wellness center where they can avail of a complimentary rejuvenating spa treatment of their choice.
Taking staycation to a new level, guests are provided with exclusive benefits including Club Access that features an express check-in and checkout, refreshing welcome drinks, complimentary zoo entry, discounts on the VIP Animal experiences, zoo activities, zoo shows, an all-day access to the pantry, unlimited use of Wi-Fi and Activity Cards package.
“We are delighted to reveal our 28 new Chalets just in time for the summer holidays, to provide families with an exceptional level of service with the unique and authentic experience of the wildlife right at their door-step,” said Saeed Abdelazim, Assistant Hotel Manager of Emirates Park Resort.
He added, “Emirates Park Zoo & Resort is a very special destination, it has brought to life a vision and created an experience like none other in the region where guest can luxuriate in a remarkable getaway that takes hospitality to extraordinary new heights.”
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