Jumeirah celebrates families and romance

21/05/2012 - Dubai Lifestyle News Posted by Bob Brunskill
Jumeirah celebrates families and romance

One of the most recognisable properties in the UAE, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, has been getting involved in a worldwide festival that recognises the importance of parents, children and other relatives.The International Day of Families was marked by the famous establishment - which has been built to resemble a wave next to the sea on the Dubai coastline - on May 15th last week.On this day, the Jumeirah hotel - part of the Jumeirah Group which owns the iconic Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray and the Madinat Arabian Resort of Dubai - honoured the values and importance of families around the world by offering parents or guardians with two youngsters aged under 12 years the best available bed and breakfast rate until June 15th.The Jumeirah Beach Hotel is renowned for being a great resort for both adults and children and in recognition of the International Day of Families the establishment is offering visitors an array of activities to enjoy in the Dubai sunshine.In addition to the beach, families can make the most of the fantastic pools, activities and high standards of holiday accommodation and service.Furthermore, the Burj Al Arab has announced a new package aimed at enticing romantic couples into the sail-shaped monolith.The incredibly luxurious hotel - which is a property in the UAE that is recognisable the world over - has launched a new Gold Package, which includes activities such as a ride in one of the establishment's fleet of Rolls Royce Phantoms, an intimate dinner on its secluded private beach and a moonlit swim in an infinity pool filled with rose petals.In addition, loved-up couples will be offered a complementary back massage, bespoke flower arrangements for their suite, embroidered his-and-hers' dressing gowns and an aromatherapy bath as part of the Gold Package."With every extra night spent at the hotel, guests are offered additional benefits, making their experience even more indulgent depending on the length of their stay," a Jumeirah spokesperson stated.