Andaz Dubai The Palm: Sea View & Half-Board for €146/Night (min. 5 Nights)

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Between June and September, you can stay at the Andaz Dubai The Palm for only €146 per night, including a guaranteed upgrade to a sea view room, daily breakfast, and daily lunch or dinner. To get this price, you need to book through LuxuryEscapes and stay at least 5 nights. So if you’re looking to relax in a 5-star hotel on Dubai‘s famous Jumeirah Palm, this may be the deal you’ve been looking for.

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The Sea View room offers – surprise, surprise – a sea view. Furthermore, it’s roughly 38 m2 large. Breakfast will be served in the Locale restaurant, as will your meal. You can choose to either have lunch or dinner there.

The Hotel

The Andaz Dubai The Palm is located in the lower half of the Jumeirah Palm opposite the Nakheel Mall with the monorail station of the same name. From here it is only one stop to the famous Atlantis Hotel on the top of the Palm Island. One of the marinas and public beaches are within walking distance of the hotel.

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The rooms have a large TV, a spacious bathroom with a deep bathtub and rain shower, free internet, a safe, and a free non-alcoholic minibar. Alcoholic drinks are subject to an additional charge. The hotel also offers a spa and fitness centre, room service, two pools with a view and 4 restaurants.

Previous guests have left very good reviews of the hotel (e.g. 4.5/5 on Google or 4.5/5 on Tripadvisor), many praising the inviting ambience. Merely the wifi was often criticised for not working well.

Price Check

While you’re paying €146/night on LuxuryEscapes, Hyatt charges around €265 for its half-board rate for the sea view room, e.g. on its cheapest dates in July.

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5 nights for €1,317 at Hyatt instead of €729 on LuxuryEscapes

The savings can be even greater, e.g. in September, when Hyatt is already charging ~300/night, but generally it’s safe to say that this deal saves you around 45%. The only downsides that booking through LuxuryEscapes brings, is that the cancellation policy is worse than at Hyatt, you need to stay at least 5 nights, and that you won’t earn any World of Hyatt points and nights. But for savings of roughly €120/night, those drawbacks seem acceptable.

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