Holidaymakers can take advantage of attractive weekend packages at Crowne Plaza hotels and resorts in the…
Holidaymakers can take advantage of attractive weekend packages at Crowne Plaza hotels and resorts in the Middle East this winter, and families are top of the list for extra benefits.
The newly introduced Weekends spring programme offers getaway breaks for as little as $60 per night at Crowne Plaza properties in nine countries across the region until May 31.
Boosting the Crowne Plaza family appeal, two children under 12 can share their parent’s room free of charge, while full buffet breakfast each morning is free for all the family. At participating hotels, children also choose a free lunch or dinner meal.
The newly opened Crowne Plaza Beirut joins ten other Crowne Plaza properties in Egypt, Jordan, the UAE, Oman, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain, in offering the special Weekends rates.
Located on Hamra Street, once known as the Champs Elysees of Beirut, the Crowne Plaza Beirut boasts168 rooms and 31 suites with a sea front view, temperature controlled rooftop swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness and health club, and offers winter weekend rates of $125 per room.
Featuring an open-air swimming pool, two squash courts, and an adjacent shopping mall with over 90 boutiques, the Crowne Plaza Dubai also promises great-value weekend breaks, with rates at $90 per room.
Diners can choose from ten international restaurants and lounges offering a wide range of dishes, including Japanese, Lebanese, and Italian. All guests enjoy complimentary return transfer to airport, city centre, beach clubs and exhibition halls.
Bahrain is another attractive winter destination in the region, and the newly renovated and rebranded Crowne Plaza Bahrain tempts winter guests with a refurbished La Mosaique restaurant and Harversters pub, a newly opened Tracks Sports Bar and themed seafood restaurant, an outdoor paved patio, an Arabic tent, and an Arabic nightclub. Weekend rates are $170 per room.
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