Central Hotels unveils offers for Dubai Summer Surprises

The promotion comprises access to the beach and fitness centre

Central Hotels' promotion comprises access to the beach and fitness centre
Central Hotels' promotion comprises access to the beach and fitness centre

Central Hotels has announced summer offers across its properties for the Dubai Summer Surprises.

Central Hotels’ CEO, Abdulla AlAbdulla, said: “DSS is the region’s longest running summer extravaganza of its kind and we are delighted to take part in it with special discounts for our guests.”

Guests who book their stay at the Royal Central Hotel, the Canal Central Hotel or the First Central Hotel Suites through their website are eligible for a concession using the code DSS19. Guests who book a stay for a minimum of three nights can leverage an additional discount.

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The Royal Central Hotel at The Palm and the Canal Central Hotel in Business Bay provide guests with access to a beach, culinary options, a fitness centre and spa treatments. Further promotions include deductions on water sports, salon use, and free wifi.

The promotion is available from 21 June to 3 August 2019.

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