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Taj Palace Hotel Dubai announces summer rates

UAE, May 2011   -   The Taj Palace Dubai invites families to experience first class hospitality in the heart of Dubai by taking advantage of their summer rates. 

From May 15th until August 27th guests can book an executive room starting from Dhs 499.

Staying at the Taj Palace Hotel Dubai in the centre of Deira, with its easy access to the major transportation hubs, puts a wide number of superb services and facilities at guests’ disposal. The hotel, renowned for its first class Indian restaurant, is also the first choice for Arabic, Asian and Italian dining with a selection of speciality restaurants to choose from. It also boasts the beautiful Taj Spa, a serene sanctuary that combines tranquility and expertise from traditional Indian therapies.

 “Part of our strategy to launch the summer rates will include sales trips to those GCC countries which traditionally choose Dubai for their summer vacations” ” said Andreas Mueller, general manager Taj Palace Hotel Dubai “We are very optimistic about business levels this summer as we seeing a positive growth in the tourism sector despite the room inventory increase in the city”

The hotel’s location also gives visitors easy access to the city’s leisure and tourist attractions from Dubai Creek dhow cruises, the Wild Wadi water park to the cooler climes of the Deira City Centre and Dubai Mall.  It is also conveniently located close to Dubai International Airport and within walking distance of the metro.

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