Hatta Resorts to reopen this October

Sedr Trailers Resorts, Damani Lodges and Hatta Wadi Hub are now available for booking

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If you're already planning your winter break in the great outdoors, this could be the news you've been waiting for. Meraas’ outdoor adventure destination is set to reopen its doors for individual bookings this October.

Hatta Resorts and Hatta Wadi Hub in the Hajar Mountains has opened up bookings for staycations and activities later on in 2020, for those looking to get back into the great outdoors with style.

Two of its resorts, including Sedr Trailers Resorts and Damani Lodges, will be taking in individual bookings through hotelreservations@visithatta.ae.

You can book a stay in one of Sedr Trailer Resort’s 13 shiny metal American-style airstream trailers, which comes with a kitchenette attached for home-style cooking. It's also a top spot to take in that marvellous mountain scenery (especially from the viewing deck).

As for the Damani Lodges, each overlook the Hatta Dam on three different levels on the mountain. While it may look like a regular hut on the outside, guests can expect to be treated to their own private terrace, large TV and communal bonfire and barbecue facilities.

The Hatta Wadi Hub will be open too,with activities including downhill mountain biking, hiking, kayaks and loads more. Prices are yet to be confirmed, but follow www.timeoutdubai.com/news for the latest.

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From October 2020. Hatta, www.visithatta.com/en/explore-hatta/contact-us.

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