Rixos Bab Al Bahr announces National Day Staycation deals

Including entertainment and food offers

The deal also boasts early check-in and late check-out
Wassim Raslan
The deal also boasts early check-in and late check-out

Rixos Bab Al Bahr, the Ras Al Khaimah hotel, has announced its all-inclusive National Day staycation package.

Valid between November 28 and December 4, a booking of two nights or more will give guests a range of offers.

Guests can enjoy a traditional Emirati breakfast and dining experiences at one of the 15 F&B venues and lounges at the Al Marjan Island property. The hotel also assures it has a happy hour offer during every hour of operation.

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With the deal also comes access to the private beach, as well as the eight swimming pools, including the adults-only pol. Anjana Spa, the in-house spa, will also offer a 50% discount on all of its treatments and therapy. Finally, there will be complimentary usage of the fitness facilities.

During the National Day holiday, Rixos Bab Bahr will run an entertainment programme during the evenings. There will also be children-orientated activities and entertainment.

The deal also boasts early check-in and late check-out.

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