Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai celebrates 5th anniversary

The property has introduced prizes and offerings for the occasion

The property's package includes breakfast for two
The property's package includes breakfast for two

On November 25, 2019, Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai will be marking five years in the United Arab Emirates.

In light of the occasion, the hotel will be presenting a series of offers as well as competitions to with the chance to win a variety of prizes.

The hotel will be offering the first five guests who book a Deluxe room on November 25, 2019 for a night’s stay on November 29 or 30, 2019. The package is inclusive of breakfast for two as well as a choice between a 15-minute massage, a cocktail or mocktail at the rooftop pool bar or a dinner buffet at the Feast restaurant.

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Between November 20 and 25, the property will provide social media followers of the hotel the chance to win five gifts per day. Prizes include all of the following a grill night dinner, seafood dinner, grand breakfast, Soul Spa signature massage and full day pool, spa and gym access.

Finally, Link@Sheraton Café will be hosting an afternoon tea offer for AED 5, made up of a combination of teas and cakes from 4pm to 6pm. Additionally, throughout the day visitors can pick a cupcake from the giant carved wooden five in the lobby and participate in the cake cutting ceremony at 5pm with birthday mocktails.

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