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Dusit Palace meeting planner offers

UAE, May 2011  - While many may escape the heat during the summer, it is business as usual for many more in Dubai. For those still here throughout June, July and August the Dusit Princess City Centre Dubai is offering a host of attractive options for meeting planners.

Organisers who book eight deluxe rooms for just Dhs 349 including one breakfast per room per night can enjoy one complimentary night in a junior suite during the meeting.

As part of the package, once booking has been made for the guestrooms, meeting planners can choose either a full day meeting package for eight delegates including a buffet lunch and two Thai themed coffee breaks for Dhs 119 or a half day meeting package for eight people at Dhs 99 per person including a buffet lunch and one Thai themed coffee break.  

The hotel is also offering a ‘come four pay three’ for lunch or dinner at The Chill, the hotel’s main dining outlet, on your next visit as well as a 25% discount on health club memberships throughout the summer.

These offers are valid until August 31st.

The meeting package promotions are an integral part of the hotel’s strategy to focus its efforts on the corporate traveller as it aims to double its percentage of business travellers to the hotel this year.

The hotel’s location, right in the heart of Dubai, is perfectly placed for the city’s business districts and the Dubai World Trade Centre and is just minutes from Dubai International Airport making it an ideal choice for business travellers.

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