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Book ten rooms and meet for free

The Mövenpick Hotel Deira is offering a day delegate rate of Dhs 175++ per person, including lunch and refreshments over two breakout sessions, and free wireless internet access. Plus, for every ten room nights booked for the meeting, a ten-person delegate package is included at no extra cost.

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