Christmas is only two weeks away and we’re absolutely buzzing for the festivities to start. Dubai loves to go all out around this time of year and brunch options for the 25th are endless.
Starting off the list in true Dubai fashion has to be one of the coolest beach clubs in the city, and considering we’re currently experiencing some of the best weather of the year, why not take advantage of the fact that we can celebrate Christmas on the beach! Located at the Rixos hotel in JBR, for only Dhs225 you can enjoy a spread filled with finger food such as sandwiches and mouthwatering desserts, as well as all the facilities that Azure has to offer like the best beats from resident DJs, sun, pool and sunbeds. The deal runs from 1 pm – 4 pm.
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Festive entrance fees until end of January : Sunday to Thursday – 100 AED. Friday & Saturday – 200 AED (you receive back a 100 AED food & beverage voucher). You’re welcome!! #azurebeach #rixospremiumdubai #jbr #mydubai #visitdubai #beachclub #dubai #destinationazure #dubaibeachlife #Festive #Christmas
The second option on this list continues with the theme of off-brand Christmas choices as we give you the option of eating at a gourmet restaurant that also happens to be located underwater. Ever heard of the Atlantis on the Palm? It’s only one of the most magical, castle-lookalike hotels in the city and what’s inside is even more breathtaking. Other than being famous for their waterpark and aquarium, you can also find the newly opened Ossiano – surrounded completely by little fishies, sharks and whatever other creatures found in the sea. What’s on the menu? You can find choices like lobster, oysters and plenty more delicious seafood dishes. Prices go from Dhs375 and run on December 24th & 25th from 1 pm – 10 pm.
Come to the Olea restaurant at the Kempinski Hotel, located in the Mall of the Emirates for a jolly start to your Christmas morning. The food is a mix of cuisines from various countries, there’s a live band playing all the festive favourites and of course, an area for the kiddos to entertain themselves. For more information on the event, click here.