Dubai, UAE: April 2019: Celebrate the month of generosity with your family, friends or colleagues at Lapita where a wide array of buffet dishes and traditional delicacies await.
Ramadan Iftar offer from AED 175 per person including buffet, juices, coffee and tea with 50% off for kids up to 12 years old.
EARLY BIRD OFFER (for groups of 10 people and above):
- 20% off before 10 April 2019
- 15% off before 25 April 2019
- 10% off before 5 May 2019
Valid during Ramadan - booking is essential.
For individual bookings please contact 04 810 9421 or email [email protected]
For group bookings please contact 04 810 9999 or email [email protected]
When: Throughout Ramadan 2019
What: Ramadan Iftar at Lapita, Dubai Parks and Resorts
Price: AED 175 per person with 50% off for kids up to 12 years old
Where: Lapita Hotel, Dubai Parks & Resorts
About LAPITA, Dubai Parks and Resorts, Autograph Collection Hotels
LAPITA hotel is the UAE’s only Pacific island-themed family resort and the only hotel located in Dubai Parks and Resorts, the region’s leading theme park destination.
With 504 rooms including 60 suites and three villas, five food and beverage outlets, two lagoon-style pools with a lazy river, spa and health club, plus an impressive kid’s club, Lapita is the perfect destination to make unforgettable memories with the family.
Every detail of LAPITA hotel is made with the magic of Polynesia in its soul and the spirit of ‘aloha’ in its service, transporting guests to a tropical island on arrival. From the thatched-roof to the bamboo-lined ceilings and tribal furnishings, every detail is authentic.
The hotel offers a dedicated conference centre with a 710sqm ballroom, as well as six meeting rooms and event facilities for companies who don’t want to do business as usual.
LAPITA is part of the Autograph Collection Hotels, a collection of individual, independent hotels selected by Marriott for their ability to create one-of-a-kind guest memories through enriching travel experiences. The hotel’s name was inspired by the pre-historic Pacific Ocean people and their journey and settlement into the islands, known as the Lapita movement.