Dhs59,000 Valentine’s Day staycation launched

The trip includes a helicopter ride

Dhs59,000 Valentine’s Day staycation launched
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Looking to pull out all the stops this Valentine's Day? If you have a spare Dhs59,000 there's a deal with your name on it.

It's a hefty sum, but deep-pocketed guests will be treated to helicopter rides to both Fairmont Fujairah Beach Resort and Fairmont Ajman, exclusive “Chef’s Table” dining, spa experiences and much more.

Couples will get a scenic helicopter ride from the Palm Jumeirah, flying over the coast to Fairmont Fujairah Beach Resort for a one-night stay.

Guests will be welcomed with a bottle of premium bubbly in the swanky Sultan Suite, which overlooks the resort’s private marina and has “panoramic ocean and mountainous views”.

Before dinner, ladies will get treated at the Rose Salon with a complete hair, nail and make-up makeover, while gents can soak up the sun couple’s private day chalet at Lava Beach Club.

After all that pampering, couples are treated to an exclusive Chef’s Table dinner at the resort’s signature seafood restaurant – The Copper Lobster.

And that’s only the first day. Guests will then wake up to a luxurious breakfast served in the suites terrace, before hopping on a chopper to Fairmont Ajman to stay at the Corner Sea View Suite.

Couples can then retreat to the Willow Stream Spa for a 90-minute couples’ massage, before going to a candlelit destination dinner experience on the beach.

It's not the only extravagant option out there, as DRIFT Beach Dubai at One&Only Royal Mirage is offering a swanky Dhs20,000 all-day experience.

Slightly out of your price range? eggspectation is giving away free Valentine’s Day pancakes from Wednesday February 13 until Thursday 14.

Love is in the air (and you will be too, thanks to the helicopter).
Dhs59,000. Thu Feb 14-Sat Feb 16. Pick Up: Palm Jumeirah, Dubai. Fairmont Fujairah Beach Resort; Fairmont Ajman (09 204 1111).

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