202-key Address Harbour Point will have two towers, 65 and 53 storeys each202-key Address Harbour Point will have two towers, 65 and 53 storeys eachEmaar Hospitality Group has revealed a new hotel project in Dubai titled Address Harbour Point located in the heart of Dubai Creek Harbour. Address Harbour Point will be operated by Address Hotels + Resorts, which has several Address projects under development in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, Turkey and Maldives, Hotelier Middle East reports.
Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts is offering a special package for Saudi guests until September 8, 2017. Travellers from the neighbouring Kingdom have the option to stay at Jumeirah Al-Naseem, Jumeirah Al-Qasr, Burj Al-Arab, Jumeirah, or at Jumeirah Emirates Towers or Jumeirah Creekside for a stay that includes complimentary breakfast, a choice of lunch or dinner, and a chance to cool off at Wild Wadi Waterpark for free. “This hotel is the perfect escape to feel and be treated like royalty.
Ricetta at the Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai will be serving up AED1 pizza for just one day. On Friday September 15, the first 100 walk-in customers picking up a takeaway pizza at the Italian eatery will only pay AED1 for their pizza.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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