Two kids under 16 fly, stay, eat and play for free in Dubai (3*/6* hotels) from £1169 @ Emirates airline - HotUKDeals
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found a lower price at http://www.markstravel.co.uk/offerdetails.asp?oid=2216

Fly to Dubai between 14th May and 30th September 2010 and give your family a holiday they will never forget.

[sample prices from http://www.letsgo2.com
Jumerah Beach Residence 4nights from £2175
Atlantis, The Plam 4nights from £2045
Le Meridien Mina Seyahi 4 nights from £1169
http://www.markstravel.co.uk/offerdetails.asp?oid=2216
]

I'm sure the price will be cheaper for a 3* hotel/apartment, I just couldnt find on online

List of hotels 3* to 6*
http://www.emirates.com/uk/english/destinations_offers/special_offers/kids_go_free/list_of_hotels.aspx


This exciting offer includes complimentary flights, accommodation, meals and entry to Dubais amazing childrens attractions for two children under the age of 16.

Coinciding with Dubai Summer Surprises, the regions biggest and most celebrated summer event, our promotion offers
non-stop entertainment and fun-filled activities at the ultimate family holiday destination.

Weve lined up exclusive bargains with select partners at The Dubai Mall so that you can shop to your hearts content with great offers on everything from fashion, jewellery and home furnishings to dining. You can also indulge yourself with spa treatments and other health and beauty services.

Benefits & exclusive deals

For every two paying adults, two kids under 16 are entitled to:

Flights: complimentary return flights.
Meet & Assist: on arrival and departure.
Airport Transfers: to and from your hotel.
Accommodation: choose from a range of 3-star to 5-star city or beach hotels or from a selection of Standard or Deluxe hotel apartments.
Meals: complimentary meal three times a day.
Excursions: a complimentary Dubai City Tour or Dhow Cruise with dinner.
Shopping: receive a discount voucher booklet from several partners at The Dubai Mall.
Attractions, complimentary entry to:
Wild Wadi Waterpark, including kids meal
Aquaventure and The Lost Chambers at the Atlantis, The Palm Dubai
Ski Dubai at the Mall of the Emirates
iFLY Dubai and Soccer Circus Dubai Training Academy at Playnation Mirdif City Centre
Galleria Ice Rink at the Hyatt Regency Dubai
Dolphinarium show at the Creek Park Dubai
Sega Republic, Dubai Aquarium, Underwater Zoo and Dubai Ice Rink at The Dubai Mall.
Sports:
Complimentary 18-hole round of golf, access to the driving range and kids meal at The Els Club Dubai Sports City.
Free player development session, access to driving range and kids meal at the Butch Harmon School of Golf Dubai Sport City.
Complimentary 18-hole round of golf for two kids at The Address Montgomerie Dubai.


***I've looked at another site for prices : http://www.letsgo2.com/emirates_offers.php
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#1
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#2
absoulute bargain!

il just remortgage then house then im off!


lol!
#3
You could get a good deal. But, remember the star rating is self proclaimed.
There is no such thing as a 6 and 7 star hotel.

You can call your hotel 10 star if you want. It's not official.
#4
adam2116
absoulute bargain!

il just remortgage then house then im off!


lol!


;-) Understand, but if your looking for a holiday in Dubai, if you add a family of 4 into [say] lastminute.com, and select one of these hotels its a goo deal.

I think there was a Travellodge post a few days back for you :)
#5
Common Sense
You could get a good deal. But, remember the star rating is self proclaimed.
There is no such thing as a 6 and 7 star hotel.

You can call your hotel 10 star if you want. It's not official.


Agreed, but their self proclaimed 3* hotels blow away our 5* hotels. So I dont think it's over stated.
#6
Worth every penny, if you could just send the kids on their own, for two weeks of freedom.
#7
soled73
Agreed, but their self proclaimed 3* hotels blow away our 5* hotels. So I dont think it's over stated.


gotta agree with you there, the burj al arab is the only 6 star recognised hotel, but yes some of their hotels leave our top hotels in the shade, the customer service i have had at these top hotels in dubai is second to none.
#8
rizla01
Worth every penny, if you could just send the kids on their own, for two weeks of freedom.


But this is only for 4 nights! :w00t:
#9
irshybar
gotta agree with you there, the burj al arab is the only 6 star recognised hotel, but yes some of their hotels leave our top hotels in the shade, the customer service i have had at these top hotels in dubai is second to none.


It is a spectacular hotel,
but recognised as 6* by who?
Which official body apart from the local tourist board has a 6* rating?
What is the definition of 6*?

I think you will find there is no definition and no international body has an official 6* rating.
There are talks of a 10* hotel. What does that mean?
#10
Common Sense
It is a spectacular hotel,
but recognised as 6* by who?
Which official body apart from the local tourist board has a 6* rating?
What is the definition of 6*?

I think you will find there is no definition and no international body has an official 6* rating.
There are talks of a 10* hotel. What does that mean?


Your right, it;s all subjective....

Hotel Classifications in Britain

In Britain hotels are rated from one star - five stars, like in many countries around the world. The AA (Automobile Association) is one of the most trusted sites that rates hotels in the UK. Their criteria for classifying hotels is available freely on their website[4]. In addition to the usual black stars (ranging from one, the lowest to five, the highest) the AA awards gold stars to hotels which are 'highly commended' and red stars to the best hotels they review which are deemed 'inspectors choice'[5]. An example would be Cliveden Country House Hotel in Taplow which is rated as a 5 red star hotel[6].

Six star hotels
Some members of the hospitality industry have claimed a self-given six star rating for their operation. Two examples are the Crown Macau, on Taipa Island in the Chinese territory of Macau and the St. Regis Shanghai Hotel in China. Other examples include the Al Husn Hotel at Shangrila's Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa Hotel in Oman.[7] The Palazzo Versace[8] on the Gold Coast in Australia is described by Australian Traveller magazine as meriting "six star" rating though level of rating is not used in Australia.[9] The under development hotel Mansions of the World in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires has also been announced as a six star hotel project.[10]. Seoul Park Hyatt in South Korea is also a six star hotel.[citation needed] The hotel Capella Singapore on Sentosa Island also claims that title.

Seven star hotels
There are only three hotels in the world that are seven star hotels; the Town House Galleria in Milan was the first, followed by the Burj Al Arab[citation needed] in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.[11] These ratings are merely to create a marketing hype as the highest official ratings in Dubai and Italy, for instance, are five stars [12]There are a few other seven star hotels under construction. These include the Laucala Island in Fiji, Morgan Plaza to be finished in Beijing, China, the Flower of the East under construction as well as the Solar Powered Hotel on Kish island, Iran.[13] The Centaurus Complex under construction in Islamabad, Pakistan[14], the Grand Chola in Chennai (India), a complex planned for Metro Manila and The Royalties Castle for Davao City in the Philippines.[15] Taj Hotel in Mumbai, India is also a seven star...

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