AlUla to attract summer visitors with discounts and deals

AlUla to attract summer visitors with discounts and deals

Seasonal packages offered by Banyan Tree and Habitas

Saudi Arabia’s AlUla has launched its Summer Untold campaign with the aim of raising the destination’s appeal as a “summer getaway”. 

The destination is being promoted as being “notably cooler and less humid than neighbouring cities, with temperatures 5°C to 10°C lower” during the summer season. 

In addition, its resort hotels are offering visitors seasonal deals, including competitive rates, superior availability and add-ons.

As part of the Summer Untold campaign, Banyan Tree AlUla is offering a discount of up to 15% for bookings made 15 days or more in advance. Its 'Stay More, Pay Less' deal offers a 20% reduction on a booking for each night with a minimum three-night stay. 

An additional three-night 'Come Closer' package includes add-ons, such as a dinner for two and a 60-minute spa treatment.

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At Habitas AlUla, a three-night stay in a Canyon villa, suitable for up to two guests, includes daily complimentary breakfast and dinner, US$133 credit for Thuraya Wellness spa treatments and access to daily programmed activities. This summer offer leads in at US$2,000.

Meanwhile, Cloud7 Residences is offering rooms from US$209 a night and a 'stay-for-4-pay-for-3’ offer; rates at Shaden Resort start from US$213 and, at the newly opened Dar Tantora The House Hotel, summer rates lead in at US$320.

Rami Almoallim, vice president for the Royal Commission for AlUla said: "With substantial offers from our top luxury hotel brands, expanded airline connections and a diverse range of summer activities, the city is fully equipped to welcome global travellers and offer them an unparalleled summer experience, enhanced by our renowned Saudi hospitality.”

Located 1,100km from Riyadh, in northwest Saudi Arabia, AlUla can be reached via direct flights from Dubai, Doha, Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam.

The most recognised site in AlUla is Hegra, Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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