Wyndham hotels in Dubai launch Eid al-Adha promotions

Offer includes concessions on accommodation, dining and room service

 Wyndham hotels in Dubai launch offers that includes concessions on accommodation, dining and room service
Wyndham hotels in Dubai launch offers that includes concessions on accommodation, dining and room service

This Eid al-Adha, TRYP by Wyndham Dubai and Wyndham Dubai Marina have launched offers for guests.

The hotels’ ‘Stay 3, Pay 2’ Eid package offers guests a complimentary third night’s stay on a two night booking. This promotion can be redeemed by guests between 9 and 20 August 2019.

The TRYP by Wyndham Dubai is situated at Barsha Heights and offers family-friendly accommodation, a bohemian-style pool and lounge and a dining venue. During Eid, all children under the age of eight can enjoy complimentary meals at the hotel’s restaurant, Local.

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Their package also comprises complimentary WiFi, shuttle services, and late check out. 

During Eid at Wyndham Dubai Marina, guests can enjoy a discount on room service when staying at a family suite or grand room.

Children under the age of 12 can enjoy free meals at the Alloro restaurant when accompanied by an adult. The hotel’s package also comprises late checkout.

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