Wathba Desert Resort & Spa introduces summer offers

The six packages include discounts on tours, restaurants and bars

Wathba Desert Resort & Spa introduces six packages that include discounts on tours, restaurants and bars
Wathba Desert Resort & Spa introduces six packages that include discounts on tours, restaurants and bars

Wathba Desert Resort & Spa has introduced six packages for the summer, available to all families and couples.

The six packages at Wathba Desert Resort & Spa Jumeirah include a dinner in a private gazebo and a seven set course menu with discounts on wine and spirits and night stays, an afternoon tea at the lobby lounge Hayakoom and rooftop bar Al Mesayan. The horse-riding package includes deals on all restaurants and bars with complimentary access to spa facilities.

Guests can also take advantage of the Talise spa discounts on its 90-minute massages and a Pool Day lunch with restaurant and bar credit for families. Finally, the happy hour deal features offers on selected beverages that include non-alcoholic options too.

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