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Mother’s Day freebies in Dubai


Mother's Day wasn't usually so quiet in the restaurant, but Tom Jones was in town

Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites’s AZ.U.R and The Observatory restaurants are welcoming mothers to experience a complimentary brunch and dinner in celebration of Mother’s Day.

As long as she is accompanied by one paying guest (ages 12 and above), mums can enjoy mouthwatering foods in a relaxed atmosphere at either outlet. The offer is valid on food only though (they’ve clearly heard about British mums) and prior reservations are required.

Their Saray Spa is also offering a deal where you’ll receive either a complimentary 30 minute facial or a 30 minute massage each for you and your mum when you book a 60 minute Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Fruit Enzyme Facial or a Saray Signature Facial.


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