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06 September 2012 09:49
The Courtyard by Marriott Dubai Green Community is inviting sports enthusiasts to engage in golf action while staying in its hotels
Throughout the Emirates, golf enthusiasts are being encouraged to take full advantage of the facilities available for the sport when using hotels run by the Courtyard by Marriot Dubai Green Community. Three famous golf clubs in Dubai: the Fire at Jumeirah Golf Estates; the Els Club; and the Faldo are involved in the partnership where guests can take advantage of a six day and five night vacation in one of 165 large guest rooms, at one of the hotels. Visitors can have three rounds of golf, and breakfast is included.
The choice of which award-winning course the visitors enjoy is up to him or her. Many high-profile tournaments have been staged at them including the Dubai World Championship, the Race to Dubai, Dubai Desert Classic, alongside European PGA & LPGA events.
Sports travel insurance is ideal when taking a golfing holiday abroad.
Oliver Kahf, cluster general manager, Courtyard by Marriott Dubai Green Community, Marriott Executive Apartments Dubai Green Community, said: "Dubai is a great golfing destination and facilities at Courtyard by Marriott are perfectly aligned with what the golfers need after a long day in the sun on the greens, whereby it is an oasis of tranquillity, with world class restaurants, a beautiful pool and a range of cuisines, with free Wi-Fi connectivity everywhere and the hotel looks over into the lake."
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