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Abu Dhabi hotel launches Valentine’s Day package worth over $100k

Shangri-La offering includes limousine pick-up, a stay in the Presidential Suite, spa treatments and a helicopter ride over the city.

Abu Dhabi hotel launches Valentine’s Day package worth over $100k

The Shangri-La hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, in Abu Dhabi on
Tuesday unveiled its exclusive Valentine’s Day package, worth AED400,000 ($108,898)
and believed to be one of the most expensive offering launched to this year to mark the annual celebration on February 14.

The package starts with guests being picked up anywhere
in Abu Dhabi by private limousine. Upon arrival at the hotel, the couple are
checked-in and escorted to the Presidential Suite, where they are given fresh
flowers, premium gourmet chocolates and the vintage champagne on ice.

A visit to the hotel’s spa offers a variety of
procedures, which includes an exfoliating and cleansing caviar facial.

Later that evening, a private table for dinner on
the rooftop consists of a seven course set menu accompanied by a selection of
specially chosen vintage wines.

During the meal, which will consist of caviar,
oysters and other French delicacies, guests will be entertained by their very
own magician and private musician.

After dessert, gifts, picked by the hotel’s
personal shopper, will be exchanged, before the couple are whisked away to
finish the night with a helicopter ride over the UAE capital.

“We create the extraordinary – our guests
experience the finer things in life, where money is no issue and true love is
the priority. With this package, we believe we are providing an exceptional
Valentine’s experience – where the happy couple can relax and have their every
need attended to,” explained Thomas Guss, General Manager Shangri-La, Qaryat Al
Beri, Abu Dhabi.

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