Ahoy mateys! Next up we have a great offer to the one and only Dubai staying in the Ghaya Grand Hotel which is a luxury 5* accommodation from only £409* per person for a 5 night stay.
You know you are onto a winner with this hotel as it scores a perfect score of 5/5 at TripAdvisor AND the deal even includes direct flights with Emirates as well as 15kg of checked luggage!
Booking info Timeframe: 13. Sep. 2019 - 30. Dec. 2019
Example departure from LONDON, 26/09 - 01/10:
Options for 4, 3, 2 people. Prices per person.
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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: 5 nights (longer or shorter stays possible)
- Example date: 26/09 - 01/10
- Flight + Hotel package from Expedia
- Departure airports: London
- 5* Ghaya Grand Hotel
- Rated (5/5 TripAdvisor)
- 15kg luggage included
- Board basis – room only
- Based on 3 adults sharing
- Not your dates/travel party size? Adjust search according to preference
- Expedia package £1,227 / 3 = £409* per person
About your stay
You will be staying in the Ghaya Grand Hotel which offers 5* facilities and elegant rooms, equipped with air-conditioning, TV with satellite channels and fully equipped bathrooms.
The hotel itself gives guests access to a 24-hour reception to assist with all your needs, a fully equipped fitness centre and spa, tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and furnished terrace, a restaurant serving buffet-style and a la carte meals and a wide range of drinks and snacks, in the evening you can enjoy a selection of live entertainment.
Ramadan, which is the holy month of fasting, takes place between April 23rd to May 23rd, 2020. 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.