JA Hatta Fort Hotel launches new staycation rates from Dhs469

The mountain retreat in Hajar Mountains has reduced its prices

 JA Hatta Fort Hotel launches new staycation rates from Dhs469

Planning on quick escape from city life? You may as well head to the hills, as JA Hatta Fort Hotel has revealed new staycation packages.

The hotel in the Hajar Mountains has launched new weekday rates, with prices on overnight stays now going from Dhs469. Sounds like a bargain to us.

The hotel’s 52 Arabic-style rooms, suites and chalet-style accommodation overlook the Hajar Mountains that the fort’s known for, while villas offer the added luxury of a private garden and Jacuzzi.

There’s plenty to do at the resort, too. For the thrill-seekers out there, there’s plenty of outdoor activities to check out, including archery, human foosball, biking pump track, a life-size ‘hu-man maze’ filled with hidden traps, spider webs, mirrors and puzzles to solve.

For the adventurers, there’s the chance to try something new, with lizard-scouting at the Green Lake, culture-seeking at Hatta Heritage Village and bee-watching at Hatta Honey Garden.

Fancy heading to the movies? There’s also a cinema-in-the-pool experience, while littles ones can check out the a shaded mini zoo with deer, goats, peacocks and even tortoises.

Fancy booking in? Be sure to click here or call 04 814 5400.

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From469. Ongoing. JA Hatta Fort Hotel, Dubai-Hatta Road www.jaresortshotels.com/dubai/ja-hatta-fort-hotel (04 814 5400).

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