Staycation deals at Fairmont Dubai

The five-star property will provide discounts on bookings for a brief period this month

Guests can upgrade to the one bedroom suite at Fairmont Dubai as part of the deal
Guests can upgrade to the one bedroom suite at Fairmont Dubai as part of the deal

Fairmont Dubai between January 15 and 18 will provide guests with discounts on one-night stays.

Guests who book a Fairmont Room can receive an upgrade to a One Bedroom Suite, along with access to the hotel’s Gold Lounge, as well as a buffet breakfast, afternoon tea for two and a late check-out.

Additionally guests will be given free-flowing house beverages during the five-star property’s happy hour.

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The hotel is offering a second deal, inclusive of a one-night stay, the AED 500 per night offer includes a breakfast buffet for two at the Cascades F&B venue.

Comprising 394 guestrooms, suites and penthouses, as well as 13 F&B and nightlife venues; Fairmont Dubai sits along Sheikh Zayed Road.

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