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Welcome Summer at Dukes the Palm, A Royal Hideaway Hotel



With Summer formally right here, Dukes the Palm, A Royal Hideaway Hotel has unveiled its Summer Staycation Offer for the season. Relax and create lasting reminiscences at this stunning sanctuary nestled within the coronary heart of Palm Jumeirah whereas having fun with the property’s deluxe facilities and world-class meals and beverage eating retailers beginning at solely AED 499 per evening.

 

The unmissable Summer Staycation presents a soothing time for friends as they unwind on the grandeur lodge on the coast of the Arabian Gulf. Dukes the Palm, A Royal Hideaway Hotel boasts an impressive non-public seashore overlooking the gorgeous Dubai Marina Skyline in addition to an distinctive infinity pool and an aquamarine Lazy River simply steps away from the seashore. Guests can select between one of many 279 rooms, inclusive of 36 suites, in addition to 285 studio and one-bedroom residences. For households, youngsters can benefit from the unbelievable Dukesy Kids Club the place they will play their hearts out.

 

The property is dwelling to spectacular eating places and bars, providing friends genuine flavours and world-class leisure. From the perfect of British delicacies at The Great British Restaurant, to genuine Indian at Khyber, and refreshing mid-day bites and drinks on the Champagne & Tea Lounge, there’s something for everybody.

 

Fact Box:

 

What: Dukes The Palm, A Royal Hideaway Hotel Summer Staycation Offer

Venue: Dukes the Palm, A Royal Hideaway Hotel

Validity: 12th June to 31st August

Offer:

  • Complimentary buffet breakfast at Great British Restaurant for 2 adults
  • Complimentary buffet dinner at Great British Restaurant for 2 adults (excluding drinks)
  • Access to unique non-public luxurious seashore, infinity pool, Lazy River, and Dukesy Kids Club

 



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