Nine summer hotel deals around the world, from Marrakech to Mayfair


If you haven’t confirmed your summer travel plans yet, a great hotel deal might help you decide.

From the Maldives to Marrakech, enjoy discounted fares, special packages and unique experiences in some of the world’s most desirable destinations.

Mandarin Oriental, Marrakesh

Set in landscaped gardens overflowing with fragrant roses and nocturnal cestrum, amidst a series of waterholes, Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech offers a serene getaway 10 minutes from the city’s famous medina.

For the summer season, the hotel has recreated a beachy vibe, with soft sand now surrounding its temperature-controlled pool, and loungers and umbrellas sitting under sprawling palm trees.

Guests can enjoy these surroundings as part of the resort’s A Summer Like No Other package, which starts at $1,307 per night for one room and includes round-trip airport transfers, welcome drinks, daily breakfast for two, a signature spa ritual in an open-air setting and styling session with Moroccan designer Karim Tassi.

Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s diamond trading history is brought to light in a new package at Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky. The Diamond Stay starts from $3,199 for two and includes three nights in a suite, welcome drink, daily breakfast, airport limo transfers, dinner at The White Room and spa treatment for two .

But the real draw is a guided diamond tour of the city, which includes a behind-the-scenes tour of a fourth-generation, family-owned diamond workshop, where gemstones are cut and polished to perfection.

Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas

Nestled on Malaysia’s largely unspoilt east coast, Anantara Desaru Coast consists of pool villas inspired by traditional Malay houses, with high ceilings and latticework woodwork details sitting beside a private plunge pool, a gazebo and lush gardens.

For those looking to explore this quiet corner of the country, the hotel is offering a package through the end of the year that includes two nights in a pool villa, including breakfast, for $1,093, as well as a 15% discount on meals and spa treatments. .

Hotel Cafe Royal

The Cafe Royal hotel in Mayfair has launched a supercar package for the summer season. Until the end of September, guests booking into the hotel’s signature suites will be able to explore London and its surrounding English countryside in their own luxury supercar, provided for the duration of their stay.

Customers can choose from a range of models, including the Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder, Ferrari 488 GTB, Porsche 911 Carrera, Aston Martin DB11 and Bentley Continental GT.

Raffles Seychelles

Raffles Seychelles has unveiled a special summer offer for GCC travelers who will receive a 15% discount on their room rate when booking at least 15 days in advance. Those planning stays of 14 days or more will receive a 30% discount on the best available price, as well as a 20% discount on food and beverages, spa and laundry.

Both offers include daily breakfast for two. Set on 16 acres of beachfront, the resort offers one-bedroom pool and garden view villas on the hillside, which overlook lush greenery, as well as one-bedroom ocean view villas. ocean and panoramic pool, overlooking the Indian Ocean. There are also two-bedroom options.

Six Sens Zighy Bay

The villa complex is located in the Musandam region of Oman.  Photo: Six Senses Zighy Bay

Six Senses Zighy Bay is offering a complimentary upgrade to half board with each night, including dinner and dinner, for bookings made by October 14.

The Eat With Six Senses offer allows guests to explore the establishment’s culinary offerings, which include an authentic Bedouin dining experience on the beach, themed nights at the Spice Market, a three-course dinner at the Summer House or light snacks at the Zighy Bar.

The villa complex in the Musandam region of Oman is also sustainability conscious and uses food waste as compost, which feeds into its own organic garden, where various types of herbs and vegetables are grown. Local, seasonal produce is flavored throughout the resort, with each emphasizing fresh ingredients and preparation methods that support a healthy microbiome.

The Chedi Hotel & Residences, Lustica Bay

Those looking to indulge this summer can head to The Chedi Hotel & Residences, Lustica Bay in Montenegro. Guests booking a two-night stay can choose from four select wellness packages.

The Relax package starts at €160 per person and includes a face and body scrub, as well as a traditional Balinese massage spa treatment. The Move package is from €130 per person and includes access to a Greyp super electric bike, perfect for exploring Lustica Bay, as well as a kayaking experience along the coast and a training session with a personal trainer. From €35 per person, the Nourish package encourages mindful eating, with a selection of daily meals featuring meat, fish and vegetarian options, while the Self-Care package starts at €120 per person and includes a private indoor workout, seaweed bath, nourishing homemade meal, and detoxifying smoothies and nutrient-rich juices.

Zanzibar Residence

The Family Adventure Package at The Residence Zanzibar includes a minimum stay of four nights and lots of fun for the little ones.  Photo: The Residence, Zanzibar

A mile-long stretch of beach flanked by 32 hectares of tropical gardens awaits you at The Residence, Zanzibar, where a family package promises fun for all. The little ones can meet giant tortoises, spend their days at the Kids Club or learn a few tricks in a dedicated cooking class.

The resort’s Zanzibar Family Adventure includes a four-night minimum stay, daily breakfast and dinner, 25% off spa treatments and meals, a visit to Prison Island to see the turtles, a private family dinner on the beach and round-trip airport transfers. .

Aarah Maldives Legacy

Heritance Aarah Maldives has launched exclusive Ocean Suites for adults only, with an all-inclusive offer that includes spa credit, two excursions per guest including sunset cruise and night fishing, introductory scuba diving -marine in the resort’s lagoon and access to a range of non-motorized water sports. Guests can also treat themselves to ice cream, sweets, and cocktails in the “naughty carts” that roam the island and will have their minibars restocked twice a day for the duration of their stay.

Updated: July 03, 2022, 06:41

!function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod ? n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)}; if(!f._fbq)f._fbq=n;n.push=n;n.loaded=!0;n.version=’2.0′; n.tail=[];t=b.createElement(e);t.async=!0; t.src=v;s=b.getElementsByTagName(e)[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,s)}(window, document,’script’, ‘https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js’); fbq(‘init’, ‘797427810752825’); fbq(‘track’, ‘PageView’);

Previous Above Property (APS) displaying a next-generation microservices hotel and travel platform at HITEC Orlando
Next Hersha Trust takes an opportunistic approach to hotel deals