Special Offers at Desert Island Resort & Spa by Anantara

Anantara, Desert Island Resort and Spa Desert Islands Resort & Spa by Anantara is considered to be among Abu Dhabi’s most luxurious beach resorts. It is situated on the island of Sir Bani Yas and it has a traditional Arabic atmosphere and interior design. Visitors of Desert Islands Resort & Spa have the chance to experience exotic nature and wildlife, relax and to enjoy local and international cuisine in the resort’s restaurant The Palm. Now, two Special Offers at Desert Island Resort & Spa by Anantara provide the opportunity to adventure hunters to experience the unique hospitality for less.

Desert_Islands_by_Anantara_Abu_Dhabi-Wildlife-encounters The first of the special offers is called ‘Stay 3 Pay 2 at Desert Islands’ and it is suitable for travelers who are willing to explore and witness the area’s natural landscapes and unique animal species. In addition, visitors will stay in a very relaxing and luxurious accommodation. The hotel package includes three nights for the price of two. Also, visitors of Desert Islands Resort & Spa by Anantara will be offered a daily buffet breakfast for two and free return boat transfers between the mainland and the island. Depending on the type of the hotel’s accommodation, room rates vary between AED 1,200 and AED 3,700.

Desert_Islands_by_Anantara_Abu_Dhabi_LobbyThe next offer is ‘Dine & Discovery Escape.’ It will definitely be appreciated by foodies or by those who want to learn more about the culture and cuisine not only of the Middle East, but of the whole world too. The special offer package consists of a free accommodation, two island activities every day for a person and daily buffet breakfast for two. Also, travelers will get one three-course dinner for two at The Palm restaurant. Return boat transfers are again included in the offer. The prices start at AED 2,070 and reach up at AED 4,070. Click here to book.

Both offers are valid until December 30th, 2013. However, that does not mean that you should prolong this in time. Grab the offers of Anantara Luxury Resorts & Spa now while they are still hot!

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