Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach launches exclusive all-access pass for UAE residents

Take advantage of a top staycation deal and free dishes at Nammos and Scalini

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If you call the UAE your home, get ready to take advantage of some top deals at Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach as the family-friendly beachside resort has curated an exclusive all-access pass for UAE residents to enjoy this summer.

Until Friday July 31, the ‘Resident Key’ offers those who call the UAE home exclusive savings on rooms and suites and offers in select restaurants.

Looking for a staycation deal? UAE residents can enjoy early check-in, late check-out, a 20 percent discount in select in-house restaurants and a guaranteed room upgrade at the time of booking.

If you’re just visiting to try out one of the resorts many swish restaurants, there’s also some top foodie deals to take advantage of, too.

World-famous beach club Nammos is offering residents a free portion of its signature aubergine mille-feuille and a sorbet dessert for two, while upmarket Italian restaurant Scalini is also offering a free signature dish for two to share.

If you’re on the hunt for more staycation offers and exclusive UAE residents’ deals across the UAE, we’re rounding up loads of the best deals here.
Ongoing until Fri Jul 31. www.fourseasons.com/dubaijb (04 270 7777).

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