One to One Hotel, The Village is offering special room rates and dining discounts for the month of March. Weekend room rates start at AED 345 per person.
Business Lunch Deals:Snack on cracking deals during business hours. Spend AED58 for Lebanese Lunch at Sahriye. Includes an appetizer, main course & dessert. Or AED99 for South East Fusion Lunch at Wokcano. Includes an appetizer, main course & dessert.
Or spend AED140 for a Steak - Lunch at 18oz. Includes an appetizer, main course & dessert. Or AED29 for Business Breakfast at T-Garden. Choice of hot beverage plus viennoiserie or pastry.
There are also meal deals available at the Resto Restaurant during the month of March: AED49 Combo Dinner. Includes 1 main course and 1 drink and AED130 Weekday Lunch Buffet. Selection of international main & delightful desserts – sample different variety daily
or AED200 Friday ThreeforOne Brunch. Access to three amazing cuisines at the price of one, plus kids activities.
For a full listing or for more information contact:
One to One Hotel – the Village
p.o.box. 128967, Abu Dhabi, UAE
t. +971 2 4952 000
f. +971 2 4952 001
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