Deals Lure Travellers to the City

DUBAI - Although summer is yet to set in, travellers to Dubai are in for more surprises and offers from beach resorts and hotels in the Emirate.

By Staff Reporter

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Published: Tue 17 Mar 2009, 12:30 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 8:28 PM

From March 9 to April 30, travellers staying twice at any of InterContinental Hotel Group’s participating hotels in the “Keep Discovering Dubai” can earn a free night to enjoy at their leisure. These include Crowne Plaze, Holiday Inn, Express by Holiday Inn, Hotel Indigo or Staybridge Suites in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

IHG’s Gavin Hawthorn said that a total of 675 hotels are taking part, and their guests need to register as a Priority Club Rewards member to be part of the promotion.

He said hotel guests are now looking for ways to make their holiday budget go further.

“Loyalty points can really help cash-strapped travelers, who still want to enjoy a break or treat their loved ones. The great thing with this offer is that our guests can stay on business and redeem at leisure.”

Emaar Hospitality Group has come up with a culinary explosion suited for travellers, who are looking for the best food to taste in the Emirates and the Gulf.

Top chefs from its diverse hospitality portfolio come together each month at a chosen venue to create a one-off unique menu accompanied with a variety of beverages.

Dubbed as Kitchen Confidential, the first event will be hosted on Thursday, March 19, at the award-winning restaurant ‘Nineteen’ at the Montgomerie, Dubai to be followed by another at Dubai Polo and Equestrian Clubon April 15.

Chef Viktor Stampfer said that the collaboration of various chefs from Emaar Hospitality Group and the Address Hotels and Resorts with ‘Nineteen’ is an innovative idea to build team spirit and integration between chefs at the restaurants, at the same time, provide guests the best there is to their liking and taste.

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