LIVE IN LUXURY

This summer, it’s time to experience the best Dubai has to offer. We’re moving you and your family to a two-bedroom five-star hotel at JA Oasis Beach Tower to live in luxury for an entire month of summer in JBR. 

Best of all, everyone that enters goes into the draw to win 30,000 Dirhams cash. Live In Luxury is brought to you by Homes R Us, First Abu Dhabi Bank and Igloo Ice Cream. 


 

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • Each apartment can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children (11.99yrs old maximum) and will include daily breakfast for all.
  • Rates are inclusive of all Taxes (Municipality, Tourism Dhiram and VAT, and any other govt taxes ), and any cost/charges over and above will be charged directly to the Winner
  • ARN will not be liable for any other cost excluded from the promotion as per this agreement
  • JA will ensure all necessary paperwork/documents are signed/collected directly from the winner
  • The winner can check in anytime from 17th July to 16th Aug to be able to finish the stay before 15th Sept (both dates inclusive) 
  • You can only be a winner if you’re not working for or a family member of the employee of JA Oasis Beach Tower hotel or the ARN team.

 

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