Marriott Al Jaddaf launches seasonal offers

The property’s Saray spa has also launched a treatment for the festive season

Aqua Chill will be hosting a pool brunch on December 25
Aqua Chill will be hosting a pool brunch on December 25

Marriott Al Jaddaf has unveiled a range of festive offers for the season.

The property’s Market Place will be hosting a Christmas day sweater party and New Year’s Eve party, both of which will feature an international buffet.

The Robin Hood Christmas brunch at Scots American Grill will be featuring a ‘Robin Hood’ themed brunch where a part of the proceeds will be donated to the Al Jalila Foundation. The venue will also be hosting a New Year’s Eve night inclusive of a chef’s crafted menu and a bottle of bubbles.

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Aqua Chill will be hosting a pool brunch on December 25. The Santa by the Pool brunch will feature a buffet, live music, pool activities and entertainment for the kids. New Year’s Eve at the venue will feature a rooftop party a view of the Burj Khalifa fireworks, entertainment and a BBQ offering.

The property’s Saray spa will be offering festive packages inclusive of an all-new treatment package called the ‘Festive Body Glow’ treatment available throughout the month of December. This festive offer includes a full-body aromatherapy massage using a blend of therapeutic massage oils, an aromatherapy scalp treatment, body mousse and a foot bath.

The ‘New Year’s Refresher’ package is inclusive of a lemon-sugar back scrub, a full-body massage, a facial and a foot bath.  In addition to these, guests will receive an all-day complimentary access to the hotel’s gym and pool.

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