Bargain Fujairah getaway at Le Méridien Al Aqah

Discount summer rates, restaurant offers and more at Fujairah coastal resort


As summer begins to draw to a close, there’s only a finite period of time left to get hold of a seasonal bargain. Staycations are an ideal way of beating the heat, and Le Méridien Al Aqah Beach Resort has put together a great offer to get you out and about before the end of September.

As the temperatures start to climb down a bit, head over to this five-star Fujairah resort with views of the Indian Ocean and the Hajar Mountains and get a third night free when booking a two night stay. With rates starting from Dhs349 per person in a double room, bookings include breakfast and lunch or dinner and a range of promotions.

Guests staying will also be able to avail a 20 percent discount on food and beverages at any of the hotel’s nine indoor and outdoor outlets. Options include Thai restaurant Taste, Gonu Bar & Grill for some barbecue food, Swaad (Indian), Sapore (Italian), Views (international), Astros (bar menu), Baywatch Beach and Pool Bar and more.

On top of the food and beverage discount, you can also treat yourself with a further 20 percent off services at Spa Al Aqah, including Ayurveda treatments and salon beauty treatments. There’s also a 20 percent discount on rounds of crazy golf.

The deal is only valid until Saturday September 30, and must be booked in advance. To make your booking, call 09 244 9000 or email

From Dhs349 per person per night. Until Sat Sep 30. Le Méridien Al Aqah Beach Resort, Fujairah, (09 244 9000).

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