Emirates extends free Dubai accommodation offer

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An offer of free accommodation in Dubai for First and Business Class passengers on Emirates has been extended to cover bookings made up to 26 September 2011, the award-winning Dubai-based international airline has announced.  

In addition to complimentary accommodation at top-notch hotels, First and Business Class passengers travelling to or beyond Dubai also receive free 96-hour visas.

First Class passengers can spend up to two free nights at either the Armani Hotel or Jumeirah Zabeel Saray while Business Class passengers are entitled to a free night at either The Address Dubai Marina or Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel.

Passengers staying at the Armani Hotel or The Address Dubai Marina receive complimentary fast track access to the ‘At the Top,’ observation desk on the 124th floor of the Burj Khalifa which offers spectacular views of Dubai. Free access to Wild Wadi water park is included for passengers who stay at the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray or at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel.

“A break in Dubai has become very popular among Sri Lankans travelling with Emirates, and the extension of this promotion will provide an opportunity for those who have not as yet availed of the offer to do so,” Devika Ellepola, Emirates’ Sales Manager in Sri Lanka said. “There could also be some who would like to repeat the experience with our compliments.”

To be eligible for the offer passengers must complete the entire journey on either First or Business Class between 1 August and 30 September 2011. The offer cannot be combined with any inclusive tour packages and is not valid for travel that originates in the UAE or the UK.

First and Business Class passengers on Emirates are also entitled to complimentary chauffeur drive services at as many as 47 destinations around the world. They can also enjoy the luxurious comforts of Emirates dedicated lounges at the Dubai International airport and at more than 26 other international airports. Emirates lounges comprise of spacious sitting and relaxation areas, dining rooms with gourmet buffet selections, full service bars and fully-equipped business centres.

The winner of more than 400 top international awards, Emirates operates 21 flights a week from Colombo to Dubai and daily flights to Singapore, offering First, Business and Economy Class travel. The Emirates network now comprises 114 destinations on six continents.

For more information or for bookings, please call 4704070 or visit www.emirates.com/lk.