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And yeah, why not upgrade to business for around 20k points each way?

Spring may be springing in London, but in Dubai the heat is always on. Home to some of the world’s most ridiculous pools, buffets and beautiful desert excursions – not to mention a bit of pampering – Dubai is fun. Whether you’re staying in the city for indulgence or breaking out for an overnight trip to see the stars, there’s plenty of ways to do Dubai, but having a five star base is a really nice way to go about it.

Right now British Airways has some cracking London to Dubai return deals in Premium Economy with five nights of five star hotel included from just £725 per person. There’s just one catch: you need two people to book…

a camels walking on a beach with a city in the backgroundThe Dubai Deals

Premium Economy is a lot nicer than economy. Full stop. There’s enough legroom for anyone to be comfortable, better food, better drinks and a smaller cabin with bigger screens too. Put it this way: it’s an upgrade. It also puts you a few Avios points away from business class. These Premium tickets can be upgraded to the flat beds of Club World for roughly 20,000 points each way. Here’s how to find availability and upgrade.

But that’s not the only part. £750 is a good deal for premium economy flights from London to Dubai, but what makes this deal great (again) is that it included five nights in a five star hotel. You and your travel companion share a room, but for a holiday for two, £1500 all in for cozy flights and super nice hotels is hard to beat. We’re talking Fairmont Dubai, Hyatt Regency, Le Meridien and Conrad.

a pool with lounge chairs and a building in the backgroundThe Travel Dates

These deals are available in March, May, June and September, which gives you a few months to work with. Obviously, it’s a five day holiday, so you’ll want to work with a five day stretch, but you can make it three days for less money and seven for just a few bucks more, which is nice. We’ll show you how to find dates with ease…

a tall building with a pointy roofHow To Book These Package Deals

These deals can be booked directly with British Airways via BA Holidays. The best part about these deals is that you can pay for them over time, putting down just a £300 deposit to secure them. All you need to do is pay the rest at least 5 weeks before departure. You can make little payments every day, or week, or just pay it all in one day over a couple cards to spread your points earning out.

Here’s links directly to the best prices for each month, so simply click March, May, June or September and you’ll be taken to British Airways to peep the offers. You can sort through five star hotels and let the flexible calendar show you the dates in each month for the cheapest BA departures. For £725 per person, or less than £1500 all in, this is an awesome holiday deal.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. Hey guys and gals, what do you think are the chances of getting this type of deal in early December. Was thinking of taking the Team there, and this would reduce the expense. But needs to be December because of a company anniversary.

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