Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts honours Emirati women

Offerings such as afternoon tea have been launched to celebrate the occassion

Jumeirah Emirati Women's Day Offers
Jumeirah Emirati Women's Day Offers

Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts has launched offerings to celebrate Emirati Women’s Day

Activities include afternoon tea at Al Fayrooz Lounge in Jumeirah Al Qasr and Daefi Lounge at Jumeirah Emirates Towers.

Guests staying at the ladies-only Chopard floor at Jumeirah Emirates Tower will also receive gifts including a Chopard amenity kit, a customised hand towel embroidered with their name as well as UAE flag themed macaroons on arrival. When visiting Talise Spa, ladies will receive a complimentary product following their treatment.

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Jumeirah Beach Hotel’s Creations Cakery will be offering a ready-to-purchase Emirati Women’s Day themed cake to celebrate the occasion.

The offerings will be valid from 21 to 31 August, 2019.

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