On the occasion of Saudi Arabia’s National Day, Al-Seef Heritage Hotel Dubai, Curio Collection by Hilton, is offering a host of attractive packages to individuals and families from the Kingdom to enjoy their vacation.
The facility is located in Al-Seef, close to the historic Al-Fahidi district — known for its famous art galleries and crowded cafes — and just a stone’s throw from Burjuman Mall and Deira Gold market.
The hotel features 190 rooms designed in the traditional Arab styled “Bayt,” grouped into 10 large houses, including 10 suites with an area of 50 square meters, 113 royal rooms with an area of 25 square meters, 67 double rooms with an area of 25 square meters, and six rooms especially designed for the handicapped, in addition to 32 rooms with the creek view directly and 168 rooms overlooking the market.
The hotel offers a wide selection of dishes and traditional foods, in addition to Arab delicacies. Guests can enjoy meals at Saba’a Restaurant inside the hotel, which is open 24/7.
Remco Werkhoven, the hotel’s general manager, said the management desired to make the National Day for Saudis special, so it decided to offer three packages to the hotel’s Saudi guests — the first of which is the family package valid until Sept. 30, at the rate of 3,000 dirhams ($817) per night.
The package includes accommodation in a full “Bayt” that contains nine rooms, free breakfast, a six-course dinner with a choice of a signature drink, a set of special amenities upon arrival, a 20 percent discount on restaurants and spas, and a shuttle bus service to the beach.
The second family package of 2,000 dirhams per night offers accommodation in four heritage rooms, with all the advantages of the first package.
The third family package of 1,500 dirhams per night offers accommodation in a half “Bayt” consisting of four rooms, with the rest of the advantages. It is valid until Dec. 28 and advance booking is recommended. Prices may change slightly based on occupancy.
The hotel’s architectural design is inspired by Emirati culture and heritage. The room colors are inspired by sea blue waters, calm beiges from the desert sands, and the soft greens of country plants, punctuated by colorful flashes of red, turquoise, and yellow.
Arab families — proud of their history and civilization — like to share with the new generation stories and mysteries about the streets and traditional architecture. Keeping that in view, the hotel has transferred the spirit of the past to the present, enabling vacationers to relive the old days of the masters of trade across the Gulf.