Dubai attracts nearly 2 million visitors and AED 2.5 billion in spending power each summer
With more than 1.8 million visitors spending in excess of AED 2.5 billion last summer, Dubai is expected to be the number one destination for Gulf-based travelers this summer and many of those same travelers are making luxury accommodation a top priority for their visits to Dubai, says a hospitality industry source.
“Dubai has an incredibly magnetic pull on regional travelers, especially discerning travelers for whom luxury accommodation and privacy are top priorities, and significant retail spending power is assumed,” said Stuart Deeson, newly-appointed General Manager of Park Hyatt Dubai hotel.
“We find that affluent visitors to Dubai in summer time are looking for much the same things: a quiet, city-center location; absolute privacy; excellent dining; a world-class spa; and service that makes them feel as if they are the only guests in the hotel. Park Hyatt Dubai, we believe, offers all of these characteristics in a luxury hotel,” Deeson added.
Set in an idyllic location on the banks of the Dubai Creek and adjacent to the world famous Dubai Creek Golf Course, Park Hyatt Dubai provides a perfect summer retreat for all Middle East travelers. Being the Emirate’s only city-center resort – the hotel has announced their ‘Special Summer 2007 Rooms Promotion’ offering guests staying a minimum of two nights a rate starting from AED 610 ++ per night, including a AED 200 credit for use at Amara, the luxury day spa. A free shuttle service to Deira City Centre Shopping Mall is also available, and this promotion is valid for all room categories, including suites and on single or double occupancy excluding taxes and breakfast. The offer is valid from 4 June until 31 August 2007.
Park Hyatt Dubai’s 113 Park King rooms and 69 Park Twin rooms are located across all floors and measure a spacious 52 square meters, excluding the fully furnished balcony area. The hotel features a total of 225 guest rooms including 35 suites, with all facing the waterfront and offering stunning views of Dubai Creek and Marina.
Condé Naste Traveler Magazine award winning spa, Amara, offers an exquisite sanctuary of luxury and tranquility. Amara’s treatments promise to take you on journey of the senses with the finest spa rituals and apothecary available.
Park Hyatt Dubai, the third property managed by Global Hyatt Corporation in Dubai, is currently the only Park Hyatt in the Middle East and one of only 26 Park Hyatt hotels worldwide. Park Hyatt hotels distinguish themselves as small, world-class, residential style hotels, providing a luxurious and elegant experience.
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