People are picking to stay in more than roaming around in UAE’s hot weather. Apart from this being reason, working individuals are choosing to work remotely in UAE. Covid made a lot of us realise the beauty of staycations. Some lazy lads love the idea of staying in and doing absolutely nothing. We have good news for travellers as UAE observed 30-40% off deals on staycations.
Staycation Deals In UAE
During the Eid Al Adha break from July 9 to 12, prices at five-star properties in Dubai and Abu Dhabi range from 800 to 1500 dirhams ($800 to $1,500) per person. Then there are the four-star hotels, which charge between Dh400 and Dh1,000 per person for amenities like complimentary breakfast and unlimited use of the pool. These reductions do not indicate that staycation offers are in short supply; rather, they are performing 50% better than they did the year before. Closer to July 9, anticipate last-minute booking to drive costs up by 20%. To have the cheapest value, we advise locals to book in advance.
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Which Properties To Book?
The Palm and Yas Islands’ most well-liked staycation spots have likewise lowered their costs by 30% to 40%. Prices for accommodations for two people overnight for Eid Al Adha range from Dh1,000 to Dh1,800. Hotels on Yas Island cost between Dh1,800 and Dh3,000, which is marginally more expensive.
Two children under the age of 12 who are preceded by two paying adults can take advantage of a new summer package from Yas Island Properties. It includes free lodging in the same apartment as the parents. Apart from that free admission to Yas Theme Parks, free karting with every session reserved at Yas Marina Circuit, and meal vouchers when using the same meal plan as the parents.