Costing $2.4 millon this Dubai hotel is offering the mother of all New year eve stay package

If it’s happening in Dubai it surely can’t be understated. This statement stands true for everything right from the fountains, architecture, food, design and also your New Year’s Eve plans. The onset of a new year automatically becomes grand and celebratory if you’re in Dubai surrounded by the most lavish display of fireworks at every corner and massive celebrations across the city. However, ME Dubai, the hotel designed by Dame Zaha Hadid, wants to make this New Year’s Eve completely spellbinding for you, in a way so spectacular that fireworks won’t stand a chance to impress you. Their superlative package to ring in 2021 costs Dh8.8 million ($2.4 million) and will appeal to the richest of the rich only. Easily the most expensive hotel package in the world, it includes a three-night stay in the property’s Suite ME, a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Roadster, along with a timepiece from Jacob & Co’s Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon Collection. The millions that you will spend here on a three-night vacation will give you a lifetime of memories along with both the car and the watch. The stay is full board, and meals for up to eight people can be enjoyed in any hotel’s outlets. The price is inclusive of tax, and cancellations are not allowed. However, if you want to make the most of this package but not on the given days, these dates can be moved to any time during 2021, so long you have the millions they are asking for.

An official PR from the hotel said, “The package breaks new dimensions by including a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Roadster, the fastest and most powerful roadster in Bugatti’s history. The superlative model is presented together with a timepiece from Jacob & Co.’s Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon Collection, one that has been designed in tribute to the exhilarating power and beauty of the Bugatti marque.” Check-in begins at 3 pm on December 31, and check-out is on January 3 at 12 pm.

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[Via: The National News]

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