Join The Nation in Honouring the Achievements & Accomplishments of Emirati Women
Dubai, UAE-: Canal Central Hotel Business Bay, the luxurious 5-star hotel located along the famous Dubai Canal, marks this year’s Emirati Women’s Day by offering the women of this nation a day of relaxation and dining while pondering on their achievements and accomplishments.
Emirati Women’s Day falls on Sunday, 28th of August, and Canal Central Hotel Business Bay offers guests a 25 percent discount on rooms (on the best available rate) and 15 percent off on food and beverages at the on-site restaurants. A fresh flower will also be given to the ladies.
Choose from Superior, Deluxe, and Premium Rooms, set against the fantastic city views of Dubai Canal and the iconic Burj Khalifa. The rooms are fully equipped with modern furnishings and fixtures. In addition, there are excellent housekeeping and concierge services, high-speed wireless Internet, and facilities to deliver the most comfortable hotel experience.
During Emirati Women’s Day, guests will receive 15 percent off on food and beverage. Book a table at La Cruise, the all-day dining restaurant and terrace for international cuisine, while Lilly’s Social House, set in a gorgeous outdoor garden space, gives sweeping views of the Dubai skyline and uninterrupted view of Burj Khalifa. The menu delights with much-loved Creole-influenced classics with uniquely crafted drinks. In addition, Barista’s Corner, located in the lobby, serves specialty coffee and tasty bites.
Guests staying at Canal Central Business Bay can get free access to the beach of its sister properties in The Palm, where they can enjoy the sun, sea, and sand.
Emirati Women’s Day was first launched by Her Highness Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak Al Ketbi, known as the “Mother of the Nation,” in 2015. The choice of August 28 as the date coincides with the founding of the UAE’s General Women’s Union, which launched in 1975.
The theme of the 2022 edition of Emirati Women’s Day is “Inspiring Reality.. Sustainable Future”, highlighting the country’s journey in women’s empowerment, which began some 50 years ago with the formation of the UAE on 2nd December 1971 by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who prioritised investing in human resources, as he believed that people are the true wealth of the nation. The theme will also highlight the UAE’s achievements in women’s empowerment and promote the bright image of Emirati women, as well as continue developing their capacities.