Temperature discounts arrive at W Dubai - The Palm

The hotter it gets, the less you pay (and it’s totally free if the thermostat hits 50 degrees Celsius)

Temperature discounts arrive at W Dubai - The Palm

As we begin moving towards the hotter months, we all know that its easier to stay inside and get binge-watching a new Netflix series or movie.

But, there are also tonnes of summer deals, discounts and staycation bargains to be found if you're willing to stick out the heat just a little - just long enough to make it between air-conditioned stops.

One of the hotels adding to that growing list of deals is W Dubai - The Palm, which (as well as a new dining tour), is getting ready to bring out a new deal that sees your bill get cheaper as the temperature rises.

From Sunday June 9 through until Saturday August 31, the deal will see five percent of the final bill slashed at all of its outlets every time the thermometer strays up a few degrees.

So, the participating outlets across the hotel include Italian restaurant Torno Subito, Akira Back, WET Deck, LIV restaurant, SoBe, W Lounge and even the hotel’s wellness centre AWAY Spa.

The deals will be based on the following temperatures and discounts.

30-34 degrees (Celsius) – 20 percent discount
35-39 degrees – 25 percent
40-44 degrees – 30 percent
45-49 degrees – 35 percent

And, as an added bonus, if the temperature creeps up above 50 degrees at the time you’re paying your bill, then the whole thing is complimentary.

When you’re looking to get the discount, tag the outlet and the temperature on social media and present it to the staff when you’re claiming your bill. The discount will depend on thermometres used by the hotel, and they’ll have them dotted around the outlets and wider hotel, so keep an eye open. The deal will be available daily from 10am until midnight.

Now go enjoy summer.
Sun Jun 9 – Sat Aug 31. W Dubai – The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 245 5555).

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