Get a free night's stay at Lapita Hotel Dubai

Stay for three nights and only pay for two

Get a free night's stay at Lapita Hotel Dubai

What’s more fun than a theme park? Staying overnight at one, of course.

Lapita Hotel Dubai in Dubai Parks and Resorts is offering up a weekday staycation deal that’s guaranteed to be heaps of fun for little ones, teens and big kids (AKA mums and dads) alike.

Book yourself in for three nights and only pay for two and what’s more, you’ll also get a ticket to all the neighbouring amusement parks including Legoland (which is set to open its own hotel next year), Motiongate Dubai and Bollywood Parks – all of which are just a quick five-minute walk away from the hotel.

The cracking offer also includes access to all the spa facilities, 30 percent off all spa treatments and 40 percent off a bottle of grape with dinner at pan-Asian speciality dumpling house, Hikina.

Other than access to Dubai’s top theme parks, there’s also the Mahi Mahi family pool, a dedicated kids’ pool and a lazy river, while young ones can stay entertained at the kids’ club and teenager zone that are packed full of entertaining games and activities.

Whether you’re after chilling by the pool, or getting an adrenaline rush on the theme park rides, there’s plenty to keep you busy and happy here.

Fancy getting your hands on an unlimited pass to Motiongate Dubai for Dhs245? Click here.

Have a gander here for all the best staycation deals across the UAE and for more summer deals, discounts and offers click here.
Starting from Dhs415. Jul 1-Aug 31. Dubai Parks and Resorts, Jebel Ali (04 810 9999).

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