Lapita hotel rolls out family staycation deal

Package includes theme park access, iftar and suhoor

Lapita hotel rolls out family staycation deal

Need a summer break away from the hustle and bustle? Book a stay at Dubai Parks and Resorts Polynesian hotel Lapita during Ramadan and you’ll get a whole lot of add-ins thrown into the mix. The South Pacific-style property is offering families a package from Dhs733 per night that includes iftar, suhoor and access to any of the theme parks.

The staycation escape offer is valid for two people, and you can book in two kids for an additional Dhs200, too. Dine at Lapita’s KALEA, where international dishes are served daily as part of a buffet that includes plenty of traditional Middle Eastern specialties.

Little ones will stay entertained at any of Dubai Parks and Resorts’ theme parks, whether its Legoland Waterpark, Legoland Dubai, Motiongate Dubai or Bollywood Parks – all within a five-minute walk from Lapita. Plus, you’ll also get access to the hotel’s Mahi Mahi family lagoon pool, lazy river and kids’ club.

If you just fancy an iftar at KALEA before making up your mind on booking a stay, the tropical hotel is offering a buy two, get the third free offer. The meal is priced at Dhs175 per person and includes food, juices, coffee and tea, with kids up to 12 years old dining at 50 percent off.

This is one staycation that’s giving us some serious Moana vibes. Good times are calling.
From Dhs733 (per night, two adults). Dubai Parks and Resorts, Jebel Ali (04 810 9421).

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