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£20,000 luxury hotel package is the ultimate goal for the World Cup final

Watch the final in style and stay in a suite featuring a pitch, big screen and a butler dressed as a referee

If you can’t get a ticket to the 2018 Fifa World Cup final on 15 July but want to watch the match in style then a hotel in Dubai may have the perfect package.

It will cost football fans AED100,000 (approximately £20,800) excluding flights, but for that the Fairmont Dubai in the UAE is offering an ultra-luxury overnight stay for six people with a load of goodies thrown in.

Extras include supercar drop-offs, a butler dressed as a referee, virtual reality games and a suite transformed into a football pitch.

Described by the hotel as “Dubai’s most expensive overnight stay package” for the World Cup, the £20,800 price tag will provide the six football fanatics with the following:

  • One-night stay for six people in the 548sqm Imperial Suite 
  • Each guest will be picked up in a stretch Hummer limousine 
  • The suite will be transformed into a football pitch - with green artificial grass on the floor 
  • Foosball table in the living room 
  • Virtual reality football game in the suite 
  • Six oversized leather chairs with massage effect 
  • 103 inch LED TV 
  • Private photographer 
  • Tailored football shirts with the six guests’ names 
  • Private butler in a referee kit
  • Private chef and private barman 
  • VIP table at Cirque Le Soir (for six people on the evening of 15 July) 
  • Breakfast station at the jacuzzi area on 16 July 
  • Drive home with six supercars (ranging from a McLaren to a Lamborghini)
How to book

According to the Fairmont Dubai the football viewing experience is available on 15 July only and advance booking is required before 8 July. Contact the Fairmont Dubai on +971 4 332 5555 or email dubai@fairmont.com

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