Eid Al Adha staycation offers at Millennium Plaza Dubai

Deals include discounts on F&B venues and complimentary access to the hotel’s infinity pool

Eid Al Adha staycation offers at Millennium Plaza Dubai
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Eid Al Adha staycation offers at Millennium Plaza Dubai

Millennium Plaza Dubai has introduced staycation offers for families celebrating Eid Al Adha.

The package includes a free upgrade to the premium room while booking through the website, a brunch buffet including international cuisine, live cooking stations and desserts at the Metro Restaurant.

Other package perks include discounts on F&B and laundry, and access to the hotel's infinity pool.

Commenting on the launch of the Eid package, Millennium Plaza Dubai’s general manager, Fadi Ammache said: “Enjoy the ultimate Eid break at Millennium Plaza Dubai with an enriching experience. Our plush guestrooms and outstanding facilities are ideal for families, couples and groups and offer a blissful oasis in the centre of the city. There is plenty of fun for little ones too. To enhance the festivities, delicious culinary indulgences along with relaxing and rejuvenating recreation options combine to create everlasting memories.”

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