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Marriott launches two Escape! Ramadan packages in Dubai

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Thursday, 30 August 2007

Marriott in Dubai has created two special packages for this year's Ramadan. The Escape! Packages allow guests to enjoy Dubaiís major attractions for free, and at their own pace.

Room and Free Car: Stay at the Courtyard by Marriott Dubai Green Community this Ramadan and explore Dubaiís many attractions with a free use of a car during the stay courtesy of Dollar Rent a Car. The Escape! Drive package starts from AED 700++ for single occupancy and AED 750++ for double per room per night with a minimum stay of two nights. The room rate includes breakfast and the car rental with unlimited mileage and car insurance included. Escape! Drive package for suite accommodation and luxury car is also available. A Valid international or GCC driving license is required.

Free Access to Major Attractions: Enjoy a weekend escape this Ramadan and explore the many famous Dubai attractions with ease, comfort and great value offers at JW Marriott Dubai and Courtyard by Marriott Dubai Green Community with prices ranging from AED 740 to AED 1150 per room per night.

The offer from both hotels include Deluxe accommodation at JW Marriott Dubai or Courtyard by Marriott Dubai Green Community, daily international buffet breakfast for two, one Ramadan evening meal for two per stay; plus guests can choose one of the these complimentary activities: Desert safari, SKI Dubai pass, City tour, Wild Wadi pass, a round of golf at a championship golf course, or a AED200 shopping voucher at the Mall of the Emirates. Complimentary access to these attractions is valid for two people per stay including transfers to and from the chosen attraction.

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