Five-star hotel Palazzo Versace Dubai launches staycation deals

The promotion includes a one-night accommodation and dining experiences

Palazzo versace dubai, Luxury, Five star, Versace, Staycation
Antonio Saba

Palazzo Versace Dubai has recently launched Q’scation- a staycation package comprising a variety of benefits.

The Q’scation consists of an overnight stay with breakfast included, a dinner followed by drinks and snacks along with live jazz performances. Guests will have access to three outdoor swimming pools that provide views of the Dubai Creek.

As part of the experience, guests can enjoy a dinner at Enigma, which serves Iranian cuisine created by Palazzo Versace’s executive Michelin star chef Mansour Memarian.

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Following dinner, guests will be welcomed to Quincy Jones’ Q’s Bar & Lounge, where vocalist Brenna Whitaker showcases live jazz performances. Two drinks and bites will be offered per person.

The Giardino restaurant offers an international breakfast for two as part of the promotion. The restaurant is complete with marble terrazzo flooring, columns and wallcovering inspired by the jungle motif of the Versace wallpaper collection.

Palazzo Versace Dubai’s architecture is reminiscent of neoclassical Italian construction married with traditional Arabian architecture. Each piece of furniture in the hotel has been designed and tailor-made by Versace.

The staycation package is now available every week from Tuesday till Saturday until 20 September 2019. A new artist will be introduced at the Q’s Bar after 17 August 2019.

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