Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai unveils day use room offer

The offering includes discounts on stay, F&B and free gym access

Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai unveils room offer
Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai unveils room offer

The Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has launched a MAHD day use room offer.

The offer includes a stay at the hotel from 6am to 10pm at a discounted rate as well as offers on food and beverage, free pool and gym access, free WiFi, valet parking and airport shuttle services to and from Dubai International Airport Terminal 1 and 3.

Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai’s general manager Simon Moore said: “The MAHD Day Use room offer is ideal for those looking to freshen up during the long layover stays between two flights or travellers wanting to unwind before a business meeting. It is great too for those in need of a relaxing day by having access to the hotel amenities such as the pool and gym as well as enjoying fabulous discount at our dining outlets.”

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