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An Iftar at Crowne Plaza Dubai-Deira could win you a Maldives holiday

If you are seeking to escape from the drudgery of city life and reconnect with nature on the idyllic beaches of the Maldives, all you need to do is to visit the 5-star Crowne Plaza Dubai-Deira and have Iftar at their Spice Island restaurant.

An Iftar in Dubai can give you a chance to win a three-night’s stay with breakfast at Intercontinental Maldives or Holiday Inn Resort Maldives. Besides filling out the raffle coupon after you have enjoyed a sumptuous Iftar, you need to follow the hotel's social media pages and tag them when you share your Iftar pictures.

The competition ends on the last day of Ramadan and winners will be announced on the first day of Eid through a raffle draw done live on the hotel’s Instagram page.

“We wished to do something special for our diners this Ramadan and we hope our guests will look forward to this amazing giveaway, where they can relax with their loved ones on the islands of Maldives” – says, Ramzy Faris, General Manager of the Hotel.

The Iftar at Spice Island restaurant, Crowne Plaza Dubai-Deira is available for AED 149 per person.

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