M Hotel Downtown by Millennium launches health-club membership

The membership includes a 20% discount on the property's food & beverage and laundry facilities

M Hotel Downtown by Millennium launches health-club membership.
M Hotel Downtown by Millennium launches health-club membership.

M Hotel Downtown by Millennium, located in Downtown Dubai, has launched its new health-club membership with various package offerings.

Rates for a single health club membership are AED 50 (US $14) for daily use, AED 500 ($136) for a month, AED 1,000 ($272) for three months, AED 2,500 ($680) for six months and AED 4,300 ($1,170) for one year. For a double membership, prices are AED 80 ($22) for daily use, AED 800 ($217) for a month, AED 1,600 ($435) for three months, AED 4,000 ($1,090) for six months and AED 6,800 ($1,850) for one year.

The membership, which gives guests access to the hotel’s outdoor swimming pool and the gym, also offers a 25% discount on the hotel’s health club facilities such as spa treatments and massage therapies.

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The membership also includes a 20% discount on the property’s food & beverage and laundry facilities.

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