If Dubai is still sitting a top your bucket list but you haven't had the chance to jet off yet, now is your chance.
With this wicked 5 night escape from £699* per person, not only do you get to stay in a brand new resort, the JA Lake View but you also get to make the most of the 24 hour ultra all inclusive
This 5 night escape can be enjoyed as a couple or turned into a family affair, there are many dates available too including school holidays.
Booking Info Timeframe: 9. Dec. 2019 - 28. Jan. 2020
Example dates and prices for a family of 4:
Example dates and prices for couples:
Alternate airports (+£75*pp supplement):
How to book:
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
- Example date: 23rd May 2020
- Departure from London to Dubai
- 5* hotel close to the beach - 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
- Luggage included
- Board basis – ultra all inclusive - more info here
- Return airport transfers can be added for £40
- ATOL protected package
- Based on 2 adults & 2 kids
Price breakdown for 2 adults & 2 kidssharing:
- Value Added Travel package – £2796 / 4 = £699* per person
About your stay
The brand new JA Lake View hotel is a 5* establishment that boasts its own stretch of private beach and sprawling golf course.
Ultra all inclusive means that you can dine around the clock at a number of fine restaurants and bars. Other perks include a mini bar too. A list of all the availability can be found here.
Dubai has so much so offer families. The hotel lies close to the Dubai Parks like Legoland, and Legoland Water Park. Back on site there's plenty to do. For the little ones theres a kids club and 3 swimming pools!
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.