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Attractive rates and added benefits for UAE residents this summer at Carlton Tower Hotel Dubai

Dubai, June 2012 – With the summer travel season in full swing Carlton Tower Hotel Dubai is offering a special rate as well as added benefits for UAE residents staying at the hotel throughout June, July and August.

The rate of Dhs 325 also includes buffet breakfast for two adults and two children under the age of 12 sharing their parent’s room as well as ten percent discount in all hotel restaurants. The package also includes free parking as well as a late check out until 4 pm, and guests can enjoy access to the swimming pool, gym, Sauna and steam room.

The hotel is offering an additional 20 percent discount on Iftar for those staying during Ramadan.

“Staying at the Carlton Tower Hotel Dubai puts a number of leisure and dining facilities at guests’ disposal,” said Hosni A Hadi group general manager Carlton Tower Hotel Dubai. “Not only do we have the Citrus Health Club offering a range of massage treatments, we have also just opened our new nightspot, Eurasia The Club. And for families, the swimming pool with its unobstructed views of the Dubai Creek is always popular during the hotter summer months.”

The hotel’s location also gives visitors easy access to the city’s many leisure and tourist attractions from Dubai Creek dhow cruises 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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