Emaar launches major 'Dine & Dream' promotion

Campaign gives discounts at 37 outlets and chance to win hotel stays

Restaurants, Campaign, Emaar hospitality group, Promotion

Emaar Hospitality Group has begun a promotional campaign which is offering discounts at 37 F&B outlets and giving customers the chance to win free stays at some of its hotels.

‘Dine & Dream’ requires visitors to register online, after which they have access to a 20% discount on their final bill.

The campaign is running until October 31 and covers restaurants at a wide of restaurants, including CUT by Wolfgang Puck at The Address Downtown Dubai.

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Customers will also be entitled to enter a weekly draw where they will stand a chance to win a weekend stay for two nights, inclusive of breakfast and an Emaar Gift Card with a value of AED 350. With every AED 50 spent throughout the promotion period, guests increase their chances of winning.

Among the participating properties are: The Address Downtown Dubai, The Address Dubai Mall, The Address Montgomerie Dubai, The Address Dubai Marina, The Palace Downtown Dubai, Vida Downtown Dubai, Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club, Dubai Marina Yacht Club and Arabian Ranches Golf Club.

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