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Book an escape at JA The Resort and you can use your 100% staycation credit on golf

SPONSORED CONTENT: Connoisseurs of quality golf don’t need an excuse to head to Dubai’s original 9-holer but we’ve found an unbeatable lure for UAE residents just in case.

JA The Resort has just unveiled an incredible staycation package that allows you to redeem 100 percent (not a misprint!) of the cost of your stay at JA Palm Tree Court on F&B and activities resort-wide. With staycations starting from just AED 396 and the picturesque Peter Harradine-designed 9-holer at the heart of ‘Dubai’s largest experience resort’, what are you waiting for?

There is plenty of fun to keep golfers and their families entertained across the resort’s one million square metres, including Dubai’s longest private beach at 800m. Take your pick of horse-riding lessons and pony rides, flood-lit tennis courts, clay pigeon shooting or a refreshing swim in one of the pools.

Your resort credit must be used in full each day, so get ready to spend up in the resort’s restaurants. Current dining options include the South-East Asian eatery White Orchid, the laid-back Sports Cafe and Captains Restaurant.

This money-back offer is open to UAE residents only, and is available for stays until September 30. To book, use the promo code UAESTAY.

JA The Resort Golf Course recently underwent a redesign and refurbishment to remain one of Dubai’s favourite golf escapes.

Safety measures
JA The Resort has prioritised your health and safety, with the following measures. You’ll have your temperature checked on arrival, and must adhere to social distancing throughout the resort. Kick back on a socially distant sun lounger, and rest assured knowing that your room and all common areas have been thoroughly sanitised.

JA The Resort, Jebel Ali. Staycation valid until Sept 30, with code UAESTAY. Visit jaresortshotels.com for full T&Cs.


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