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Dubai hotels offer discount for Saudi National Day

On the occasion of the National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on 23 September 2017, several hotels in Dubai are offering special promotions especially for Saudi guests. Discounts of up to 50% on room rates, late check-out, free tickets to a number of Dubai attractions, and various events are also on offer.
 
Among the hotels that are offering their guests discounts and additional benefits to celebrate the National Day of the Kingdom are the Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates, which is offering free tickets to Ski Dubai and a discount of 50% for those seeking a special glow at the Shine Spa.

During the Saudi National day the Lapita Hotel Riverland at Dubai Parks and Resorts is offering Saudis a 50% discount when booking a suite. The Atlantis Dubai will also be holding special events and has extended their summer offers until the end of September for Saudis. Visitors to the Jumeirah Beach Hotel will also enjoy a lot of festive activities specially designed for this occasion.

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