Jumeirah Group launches Eid Al Adha packages in the UAE

The deals include discounts on stays, pool and beach access, and spa facilities

Jumeirah Group launches Eid al Adha packages
Jumeirah Group launches Eid al Adha packages

Jumeirah Group has unveiled its list of packages for families celebrating Eid Al Adha in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

The ‘Jumeirah Summer Escapes’ package at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai features discounts on stays, unlimited access to Wild Wadi waterpark, and spa facilities at the Talise spa.

Jumeirah Zabeel Saray’s Daycation deal features an international set lunch at Plaj restaurant or dinner at Turkish restaurant Lalezar, a 45-minute spa treatment at the Talise Ottoman spa, and access to the property’s private beach and pool.

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Abu Dhabi’s Jumeirah Al Wathba Desert resort and spa has introduced a ‘Special Summer Offer’ that features discounts on spa, dining, and activities such as camel-riding.

Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort’s GCC Breaks Offer features discounts on stays.

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