Get 80 per cent off Address Hotel stays this October
The rate is valid on stays between October 21 and December 25, perfect for booking that pre-Christmas staycation…
If you’re thinking about booking a staycation before the year is out, listen up. To celebrate the one year to Expo 2020 milestone, you can get 80 per cent off bookings across Emaar Hospitality Group hotels if you book today, Sunday October 20.
Valid for 24 hours from midnight on October 20, guests will pay just 20 per cent of the standard room rate at Armani Hotel Dubai in the Burj Khalifa, all three Vida Hotels across the city, and all of the Address Hotels, too.
To avail the offer, you just need to add in the promo code COUNTDOWN2020!
You’ll find Address Hotels located in Dubai Marina, Dubai Mall, the Montgomerie golf course and four properties across Downtown Dubai; Palace Downtown, Address Downtown, Address Boulevard and the recently opened Address Fountain View.
You’ll need to book on October 20, but the rate is valid on stays between October 21 and December 25, 2019. So it’s a brilliant time to book if you’re planning a pre-Christmas celebration, or you’ve got friends or family coming to the city before the year is out.
You’re only allowed to make one room booking, with stays only available for up to five days. Blackout dates apply from 15 November 2019 to 21 November 2019, and the deal is exclusively for UAE residents. The full terms and conditions are available here.
Additionally, guests will be able enjoy an Expo 2020 Dubai-themed dessert and mocktail at all Address Hotels and at Armani Hotel Dubai for just Dhs20 between October 20 and November 20.
Celebrating your birthday on October 20, 2019? Dine at any Emaar Hospitality Group restaurant across any of the hotels, and you’ll be treated to a two course complimentary meal.
Emaar Hospitality aren’t the only ones getting in on the celebrations. Taking place on Sunday October 20 at 20.20pm, Mariah Carey will headline a free concert at Burj Park to mark the one year to Expo 2020 celebrations. Concert tickets were snapped up in mere minutes, but locations across the UAE will be screening the concert for free.