When you can go all inclusive and SAVE money... that's the sort of deal that us Pirates LOVE!
What better place for a post lockdown that the iconic 5* surroundings of the Grand Hyatt hotel in Dubai? Head out to the UAE with all your meals and drinks included... saving £4*pp on the full board option!
There are available dates throughout 2021 and even going into next year. Make your holiday more affordable with deposit options and payment schemes.
Booking Info Timeframe: 1. May. 2021 - 31. Jan. 2022
Remember to select the all inclusive option when you click through:
If these dates don’t suit you then simply click on the screenshot above and then you can use the calendar tool to toggle dates and see prices. You’re also able to add extra people/ rooms to your booking here.
Under ‘refine your holiday’ you can also see a list of all the departure airports available with this deal. Please note some may only be available on a selection of dates.
Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply. The above prices do not include city taxes that are payable at the hotel.
- Travel duration: 4 nights
- Travel between: 3rd May 2021
- 5* Grand Hyatt Dubai
- Rated (4.5/5 TripAdvisor)
- Board basis – all inclusive
- Based on 2 adults
Price breakdown from £1276* / 2 = £638* per person
About your stay
With a number of swimming pools, and indoor tropical gardens and more eateries and bars than you can shake a stick at, the Grand Hyatt really does live up to it's name. During your mini break to the decadent Dubai, treat yourself to a wealth of dishes from Asian to grills and sushi to Lebonese.
The impressive residence is close to the huge Dubai Mall as well as the iconic Burj Khalifa - idea for daysout if you opt for a day away from the poolside.
This year Ramadan, which is the holy month of fasting, takes place between 12th April to 11th May, 2021. What does that mean for travelling Westerners? Westerners are not expected to obey by the fasting rules, however it is polite to adhere to local customs whenever possible, for example by dressing conservatively when visiting public places and not eating in public during daylight. Usually hotels and resorts however operate as usual, and malls in Dubai have extended their opening hours to about 1am, with restaurants staying open until 2am.