Emirates Holidays unveils new Dubai offers
Dubai, April 22, 2013
Emirates Holidays, the tour operating arm of Emirates airline, is offering special packages to Dubai starting at BD71 ($182.9) per person.
‘Hello Dubai’ allow travellers to explore the emirate, with packages tailored to include a full range of hotels in the city, in the desert or on the beach and also includes other services such as meet-and-assist in Dubai, hotel airport transfers, buffet breakfast, taxes and service charges.
From iconic hotels such the Burj Al Arab and Armani Hotel to a wide range of three star and four star hotel packages, visitors to Dubai can avail of a variety of attractive holiday offers, a statement from the airline company said.
Known as a city of contrasts – from futuristic architecture to vibrant traditional culture and diversity, Dubai is a place that caters to all types of travel, the statement said.
Dubai-based Emirates is one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, and has received more than 500 international awards for excellence.
The airline flies to 132 destinations in 77 countries on state-of-the-art aircraft where passengers can experience Emirates award-winning inflight service and inflight entertainment system, Ice. Emirates currently operates 21 weekly flights from Bahrain to Dubai.
The $182.9 price includes economy class airfare, three nights' accommodation with buffet breakfast, meet and assist on arrival at Dubai International Airport, transfers airport/hotel/airport by seat-in-coach, room tax and service charges. It excludes airport departure tax and fuel surcharge, it said.
The offer is valid for booking and travel until August 4. Other terms and conditions apply. – TradeArabia News Service
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