Emirates offers complementary stay in Dubai

August 20, 2010 – Emirates Airline has teamed up with Armani Hotel Dubai and The Address Downtown Dubai to offer its First and Business Class passengers flying to or via Dubai, who hold a valid return ticket, complimentary hotel stays. The offer is valid till September 9, 2010.

The airline’s First Class passengers will receive a two-night stay with breakfast at the newly opened Armani Hotel Dubai, while Business Class passengers will get a one-night stay with breakfast at The Address Downtown Dubai.

With the offer, premium passengers will also get a chance to experience Burj Khalifa with priority tickets to the ‘At the Top, Burj Khalifa’. Travel must originate outside the UAE and entire booking must be made either in First or Business Class. Some restrictions will apply for certain points of origin and fare types.

Essa Sulaiman Ahmad, Emirates Airline Regional Manager for East Africa said, “We are always looking for ways to enhance and add value to our offerings for our premium customers. With this offer, not only do they fly in style with Emirates’ Airlines award winning First and Business Class products, but also stay in style. What could be more stylish than staying in two of the most iconic hotels today – Armani Hotel Dubai and The Address Downtown Dubai.”

He continued, “This excellent offer further extends the outstanding service our premium passengers have already come to expect whenever they fly with Emirates. We are pleased to extend our hospitality to our First and Business Class passengers.  Besides enjoying their stay at these flagship hotels our First and Business Class passengers will also have the opportunity to experience the attractions of one of Dubai’s most celebrated hotspots, the world’s tallest building; Burj Khalifa.”BURJ_434796556.jpg

Celebrating new routes

To celebrate the launch of its new launched routes and ones soon to be launched, Emirates is, offering First Class and Business Class passengers a complimentary stay at Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, Dubai when flying to Prague, Madrid and starting September 1, to Dakar, Senegal.

First Class passengers will receive a two-night stay while Business Class passengers will get a one-night stay at Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel.

Mr. Ahmad added, “Our passengers on their way to Dakar, Senegal can start their holiday sooner by enjoying a relaxing stopover in Dubai where they will have their pick of shopping, fine dining and desert adventure activities. Then continue to Dakar to experience one of the most exotic cities in the world, with a diverse blend of African and French cultures.”

Stopover deals

Emirates is also launching into the spirit of the season with fantastic summer packages. With prices starting this year from as little as US$39.00 per person per night sharing, these exceptional value-for-money packages have been put together for the period 1st November 2010 until 31st October 2011.

The packages provide Emirates customers with a choice of accommodation from a range of 47 properties, ranging from 2-star hotels, standard and deluxe apartments to 5-star deluxe hotels, with no minimum stay rule and the option to extend their stay at even more attractive rates.

The price includes accommodation on bed and breakfast basis, transfers between Dubai International Airport and the hotel, in-resort support and assistance as well as personalised meet-and-assist service upon arrival. The Dubai Stopover 2010/11 packages are available to all Emirates passengers, regardless of the class of travel.

On May 14th May Emirates unveiled an exciting offer which includes complimentary flights, accommodation, meals and entry to Dubai’s amazing children’s attractions for two children under the age of 16.

Coinciding with Dubai Summer Surprises, the region’s biggest and most celebrated summer event, our promotion offers non-stop entertainment and fun-filled activities at the ultimate family holiday destination.

Emirates has also lined up exclusive bargains with select partners at The Dubai Mall so that passengers can shop to their heart’s content with great offers on everything from fashion, jewellery and home furnishings to dining.

Emirates has rounded off a series of other European and Asian route launches to date.  Amsterdam was Emirates’ first new route into Europe in 2010, launching on 1st May. Prague followed on 1st July. Madrid, launched on August 1, 2010, is Emirates third new European route this year, and together they bring an extra 42 flights per week in and out of the Europe.

Elsewhere, the airline opened a new link to Tokyo in March and flights to Dakar in Senegal begin on 1st September.


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