Deal: Get (upto) Two Nights free in a 5-Star Hotel in Dubai when you book Emirates

Emirates is one of the best products for travelling anywhere around the globe. To make it better, Emirates continues offering new promotions at all times. Now, Emirates is offering up to a two-night stay free for those using Emirates to fly around the globe. Here are the details on this Emirates Stopover Offer.

Emirates Stopover Offer

Emirates Stopover Offer

Emirates is offering a free two-night stay at the JW Marriott Marquis when you book an Emirates return flight to Dubai in First Class or Business Class. Those booking in Premium Economy on a room‑only basis or Economy Class can enjoy one night at JW Marriott Marquis. If you choose to fly on a mixed-class itinerary, you will still qualify for the Economy Class package.

Emirates Stopover Offer

To avail of the offer, you need to book return tickets on Emirates between July 1-21, 2024, for travel by September 15, 2024. Everyone is eligible to claim the offer, except for tickets sold/journeys originating in the UAE, Afghanistan, Israel, Nigeria, Qatar and Sudan. The ticket needs to be booked to travel to Dubai or other destinations in the Emirates network with a minimum stop in Dubai of 24 hours. The offer can only be claimed once on either the outbound or inbound leg of the journey.

Once the tickets are issued, you need to send an e‑mail to containing your ticketed PNR reference, passenger names (only passengers in the mentioned PNR will be booked), arrival date in Dubai, contact phone number and contact e‑mail address that will receive the hotel confirmation. Bookings for this hotel offer must be made at least 96 hours before arrival or before September 11, 2024, whichever is earlier. You will receive the hotel confirmation by email within 96 hours.

The offer is available only for new bookings made between July 1 and 21, 2024, inclusive, and cannot be claimed retroactively on existing bookings. It is not applicable to tickets redeemed in full using Skywards Miles or other redemption offers.


If you have travel coming up and you are going to fly an Emirates premium cabin, this is a very nice promotion to get to use for a couple of extra nights in Dubai, free of cost. The promotion lasts through September 2024, so you have ample time to visit. You need to book your tickets now.

What do you think of this new Emirates stopover offer?

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  1. Hi Ajay, can you also tell us about the Singapore Airlines Stop over offer for Kris Flyer redemption tickets in Singapore as well? I have called their customer care however they are clueless about it. The website also is giving very less info. It is not clear whether we need a transit Visa. The inclusions/exclusions are also not mentioned anywhere. Thanks

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