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Fairmont offers packages to Middle East travellers

Travellers from the Middle East can enjoy a last taste of winter or move straight to Spring with new packages & special offers at Fairmont Hotels in London, Scotland, Washington, New York, Hawaii and Bermuda.

Adventures Past & Present

Many people around the world have roots in Scotland, making it a great place to explore history and walk in the footsteps of ancestors. The Scottish Genealogy Package at Fairmont St Andrews offers overnight accommodation, a full Scottish breakfast, a Welcome Scroll on the history of the guest's surname with a family coat of arms, and two hours of genealogy advice and online help from Scots family genealogy expert Dr Brian Thomson, who is a researcher for BBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?". Rates start from £199 GBP.

A Tale of "To Do" Cities

London is a treasure trove of family-friendly activities, and The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel sits at the very heart of this dynamic city. In addition to the stunning surroundings, guests can benefit from the hotel's proximity to many of the London's most famous attractions. To mark the year ahead, the hotel is offering a package that enables guests to benefit from a second night for only £20.12. The Savoy 2012 Suite Promotion offers accommodation in a choice of a River View Junior Suite, 1-Bedroom Edwardian Suite, 1-Bedroom Art Deco Suite and 1-Bedroom River View Deluxe Suite. Available through May 8, 2012, rates start from £1,170.12 for the first night.

Eloise and her exploits at The Plaza in New York have captured the imagination of children for more than 50 years. The Live Like Eloise Package gives kids and adults the opportunity to have fun like the beloved character, if only for the night.  The package includes a $100 USD Gift Card to the Eloise Shop at The Plaza, a delightful space complete with a Fashion Room with costumes for dress up and a Reading Room where guests may watch their favorite Eloise movies or enjoy story time. Also included in the package are a Super Duper Sundae from In- Room Dining, a copy of Eloise by Kay Thompson and Eloise post cards and pen with complimentary postage, in addition to overnight accommodations.  The only thing missing may just be Nanny. Rates start from $965 USD per night.

With warmer weather quickly approaching, The Fairmont Washington, D.C. is ushering in spring with its signature Cherry Blossom Package. Available from March 20 - April 27, the package offers overnight accommodation for two, complimentary valet parking and a box of assorted note cards featuring scenes of the capital's monuments and famous cherry blossoms by celebrated Washington, D.C. photographer Jake McGuire. The National Cherry Blossom Festival includes 5 weeks of events and commemorates the 100th anniversary of the presentation of 3,000 Yoshino cherry trees by the Mayor of Tokyo to the City of Washington as a "memorial of national friendship between the United States and Japan." Rates start at $249 USD.

Hot Hideawaysalt

Fairmont hotels in Bermuda make it easy to get away with the Every 3rd Night Free - Compliments of Bermuda offer. Guests can stay at either The Fairmont Southampton or The Fairmont Hamilton Princess and receive every third night free. Rates start at $249 USD per night at both hotels, available through March
31 at The Fairmont Southampton and through March 15 at The Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

Two islands, two Fairmont resorts, one sense of aloha. Travelers can experience the island of Maui at The Fairmont Kea Lani and the island of Hawai'i at The Fairmont Orchid and get one night free at either resort. Fairmont Hawai'i Dual Island Package includes a minimum of three night's accommodation in any one- bedroom suite at The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui and a minimum of three night's accommodation in any guestroom or suite at The Fairmont Orchid, Hawai'i. Guests who stay an additional night at either resort receive the seventh night free.
Available for stays between March 1, 2012 through December 20, 2012, rates start from $479 USD per night at The Fairmont Kea Lani and $329 USD per night at The Fairmont Orchid. This package does not include air transport between Maui and Hawai'i.

More packages are available. Please contact Amy Walker +971 4 369 3572.

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