Jumeirah offers free Dubai Parks and Resorts access with hotel stay

Hotel giant offers massive entertainment staycation bundle until December 21

Leisure, Attractions, Dubai parks & resorts, Hotels & resorts, Jumeirah

Jumeriah will offer guests staying at any of its properties complimentary access to Dubai Parks and Resorts between now and Thursday, December 21, 2017. 

“In addition to the amazing experiences we offer in our hotels, our partnership with Dubai Parks and Resorts demonstrates our recognition of the importance of the city’s attractions as part of the guest experience,” said Linda Lewis, vice president of global sales for Jumeirah Group. “The entertainment opportunities on offer at DPR will appeal to all members of families from the UAE and add additional value to their stay.”

However, this is an exclusive offer and only the guests who book the offer through this link will be able to get the free access. 

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Dubai Parks & Resorts opened last year, and currently has three theme parks; Motiongate, Bollywood Parks, and Legoland. Last month, Lionsgate and Dubai Parks and Resorts partnered to open of the world’s first “Hunger Games” theme park. The region’s first Six Flags theme park is expected to open in late 2019.

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