This won’t last. The Park Hyatt Dubai has a sale on suites for early next year, and all suites are pricing the same… including the presidential and royal suites.
View from the Park Hyatt Dubai
The rate is available for stays between January 2 and March 4, 2017. When you search for availability you should see “Suite Stay at the Park Suite” listed, and if you scroll down you’ll see all the options for suites.
Dubai in peak season can be expensive, so rates here aren’t cheap. The suites are pricing out at ~$450 before taxes/service fees, but that’s cheaper than the rate for a standard room. On the plus side, they include breakfast and also consumption from the minibar.
While I haven’t stayed in the presidential suite, I have reviewed a deluxe room and a park suite, if you’re interested in reading those reviews. It seems you can book either the presidential suite or the royal suite for the same price.
The presidential suite is described as follows:
Enjoy dramatic decor in a spectacular top-floor 220-sq.-metre suite that features personalized butler service, spa benefits for selected rate plans and daily fruit and mineral water. Private balcony offers panoramic Dubai Creek and marina views that complement living, dining, and kitchen areas, bath with separate tub and walk-in shower, and bedroom with a plush king bed. Complimentary wireless internet access available.
Park Hyatt Dubai presidential suite
Meanwhile the royal suite is described as follows:
The dramatic decor of a spectacular top-floor 220-sq.-metre suite complements personalized butler service, spa benefits for selected rate plans and daily fruit and mineral water. Includes private balcony offering panoramic Dubai Creek and marina views, separate living, dining and kitchen areas, bath with tub and walk-in shower and bedroom with plush king bed. Complimentary wireless internet access available.
Park Hyatt Dubai royal suite
This deal won’t last, so I’d book as soon as possible if you’re interested. You can cancel these stays up until 24 hours before arrival, so you’ll want to book now and ask questions later.
So, who’s headed to Dubai?