Zabeel House by Jumeirah rolls out summer fitness membership

Unlimited gym time offered throughout June, July and August

The gym also offers group classes that range from cardio and circuit training, to Tai Chi and Pilates sessions
The gym also offers group classes that range from cardio and circuit training, to Tai Chi and Pilates sessions

Zabeel House by Jumeirah, The Greens, has rolled out a summer membership deal at its Native Club, a multi-purpose facility featuring a gymnasium and pool, according to a statement.

Running throughout June, July and August, members are being offered three months of unlimited gym time for only AED 1,000 ($274) per person.

The gym also offers group classes that range from cardio and circuit training, to Tai Chi and Pilates sessions.  

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Native Club is also rolling 20% discount on treatments at the Native Club Spa, which the statement says is Dubai’s only all-organic spa.

Discounts are also reportedly being offered on summer staycations for UAE residents and F&B offerings.

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