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Sweet romantic deals at Ramada Downtown Dubai

Dubai, UAE -  Treat your special someone this Valentine’s Day with a luxurious evening at Ramada Downtown Dubai, located in Dubai’s most prestigious and vibrant district, with special packages that would surely give your beloved the utmost romantic experience that you have been dreaming about.

The special Valentine’s package for AED999/- includes a one-night accommodation in a junior suite facing the Burj Khalifa and Fountain view, a three-course dinner at Orchid Restaurant and a buffet breakfast the following morning. All guests booking the junior suite will get a small box of chocolates and flowers placed in their room before arrival.

If you want to treat your beloved to a romantic dinner, Ramada Downtown Dubai has a Valentine’s Day special dinner menu that you will love with reasonable price for those unforgettable moments. The menu includes Grilled Salmon Fillet serve with Cream Mustard Sauce, Grilled Chicken Maple Glaze Sauce and Beef Tenderloin Steak with Pepper Sauce with Cheesecake with Strawberry & Cranberry Topped with Vanilla Ice Cream and non-alcoholic strawberry sparkling wine at the price of AED180/-.

Do something memorable for that someone special this Valentines Day. The perfect place to spend some quality time with your sweetheart is at Ramada Downtown Dubai. For more information, please call +971 4 330 7 330
 

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