Emirates to offer luxury travelers complimentary hotel stays in Dubai

Emirates to offer luxury travelers complimentary hotel stays in Dubai

For premium passengers, travel is set to get even better when they fly Emirates. The carrier is set to launch a new hotel promotion for individuals who purchase first and business class tickets.

Travelers who book their flights before July 31 and complete their journey between August 1 and September 30 will be eligible for complimentary hotel stays in Dubai, as well as 96-hour transfer visas.

Individuals who hold first class airfares can receive a complimentary two-night stay and breakfast at their choice of The Armani Hotel in Burj Khalifa, or at the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray on the Palm Jumeirah Island. Those who stay at The Armani Hotel also receive priority tickets to the experience that is offered by the 'At the Top' observation deck at Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. Guests of the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray can gain entry into the Wild Wadi Water Park, free of charge.

Meanwhile, travelers who have purchased business class fares can take advantage of a complimentary one-night stay and breakfast at The Address Dubai Marina or the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel. Premium passengers who stay at The Address Dubai Marina also receive tickets to 'At the Top,' Burj Khalifa, while Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel guests can enjoy the water park.

"We are always looking for ways to enhance and add value to our offerings for our premium customers," said Russell Sheldon, the senior vice president of network sales and development for the airline. "With this offer, not only do our passengers experience Emirates’ award-winning first and business class products, but they also stay in style and comfort."

Sheldon added that this promotion further extends the service that Emirates customers have come to expect, and provides them with a chance to stay in one of the four "most iconic hotels today."

When passengers purchase first class tickets for Emirates flights, they have access to a spacious and comfortable flying experience. Among the perks of the carrier's first class cabins are wide and airy aisles, sleeper seats and up to seven course meals on extended flights.

In Emirates business class cabin, professionals can keep up with whatever is going on back at the office directly from their seat, which comes equipped with outlets to charge laptops and smartphones.

By Jason Faulkner

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