Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah launches couples’ package

The package features a breakfast in bed and afternoon tea

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah launches couples’ package
Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah launches couples’ package

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah has launched its ‘An Unforgettable Romance’ package for couples this September.

The package for couples includes a day that begins with a champagne breakfast in bed featuring Waldorf Eggs Royal and a gift or red roses. Couples will then be treated to an Adam and Eve massage at the Waldorf Astoria Spa followed a Jacuzzi in the couples’ suite accompanied with chocolate-dipped strawberries and champagne.

The couples will then be treated to an afternoon tea session at Peacock Alley, the hotel’s dining venue. A luxury car will be arranged to take couples on a tour and upon arrival back to the hotel, couples will be led to a private dinner set up on their room balcony with a five-course set menu followed by a rose petal bath for both.

The couples offer is valid from 1 to 30 September, 2019.

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