Top transit passenger deals announced at Dubai International Airport

Sponsored: Deluxe room, spa treatment and meal for a brilliant price
ByAndre NevelingFriday , 29 June 2018
Top transit passenger deals announced at Dubai International Airport

You may not know this, but Dubai International Airport was crowned the best on the planet for passengers in transit last year.

And with this cracking offer from Dubai International Hotel, there really is no surprise why.

Your holiday begins at the airport with two hotel packages available now.

If you’re staying up to 12 hours then why not book yourself the short transit package.

You’ll enjoy the Ahlan Meet & Greet service on arrival and departure, a deluxe room at the Dubai International Hotel as well as 15-minute treatment at the Timeless Spa.

Destress with either a back massage, foot reflexology massage or Indian head massage.

It costs just Dhs500.

Need to stay on? Then why not upgrade to the long transit package where your room will be extended to 24 hours for just Dhs650.

You’ll receive the same meet and greet service, room and spa treatment. Not only that, but you’ll also enjoy a three-course meal at The Gallery – where internationally-adored food finds a home.

Cuisines include continental, Indian, Asian, and Arabic.

And at Dubai International Hotel your loyalty will always be rewarded… As it has just launched a new bonus scheme.

DIH Rewards offer Stay Credits every time you book a room and, even better, the credits date back for anyone who has stayed from January 1, 2015. There are four membership levels: onyx, emerald, ruby and diamond, and credits are valid for life. They can be used for discounts, meet and greet services, room upgrades and spa treatments.

We told you, it’s with good reason that DXB is the best.

INFO: Dhs500 (12-hour short transit package), Dhs650 (24-hour long transit package). Terminal 3, www.dubaiintlhotels.com, dih@dih-dca.com (04 224 4000).

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