The Address Hotels + Resorts, the five star premium hotel brand launched by Emaar Hospitality Group sets an all-new definition for global standards of luxury. Creating a distinct positioning with the brand philosophy of ‘Where Life Happens’, The Address properties are situated in the most vibrant locations and target corporate, leisure and group travellers – particularly the international jetsetters and global high achievers who value personalised luxury.
The Address Hotels showcases choicest festive dining and leisure offerings
The Address Hotels + Resorts will bring in the season of fun and cheer with an array of entertainment activities and a delectable selection of food & beverage choices.
The festive offerings at The Address Hotels + Resorts have been specially planned to enhance the lifestyle experience of guests and visitors. Apart from festive day celebrations, the hotel’s chefs will offer cooking sessions to enable the families to celebrate the season’s cheer in the comfort of their homes.
The celebrations at The Address Downtown Dubai begin with the afternoon tea at Risala from Dec. 1 to 30, offering a choice of delicious treats, mince pies and a cozy atmosphere at the lobby lounge. Entertainment for children on Dec. 22 includes a tea party full of fun, games, a candy shop and a number of surprises. On Dec 24, a brunch at Fazaris features an international buffet served in the main dining area or al fresco, and dinner on Dec. 24 & 25.
Zeta Lounge, the outdoor venue will also host a festive brunch and dinner, ideal also for groups, on the main festive day. Neos, one of the highest lounges in the city, will also serve a range of canapés and selected beverages in the spirit of the festive season on Dec. 25.
In addition celebrate New Year’s Eve at trendy venues like Neos, Calabar or Zeta. Fazaris and Hukama will offer several dinner options. Guests can also enjoy the Burj Khalifa New Year’s Eve gala with the hotel opening to spectacular views of the world’s tallest building.
The Palace – The Old Town offers the opportunity to savour a mouthwatering meal in the comfort of your home by placing an order at the Al Bayt the Lobby Lounge for a festive turkey to-go, in advance. The festive boot camp with Chef Jean Luc on Dec. 6, opens doors to the techniques for that perfect traditional meal.
A special elves tea party on Dec. 17 is being organised for children featuring special treats, storytelling, face painting and other activities. Continue the festivities with dinner at Asado, the lively Argentinean grill, which serves a mix of festive favourites as you unwind to the beats of an Argentinean band. Head for brunch at Ewaan and enjoy a roast Turkey.
Asado, Ewaan and Thiptara have planned a stylish night for New Year’s Eve with beverages and mouthwatering cuisine. Ewaan, in an Arabian inspired setting, Thiptara, which promises a magical evening by The Dubai Fountain and Asado’s set Argentinean menu and music, will enchant guests.
Special offers for corporate gatherings and festive giveaways are also provided. You can also buy a voucher for a family member or friend, where they learn the art of a perfect barbeque.
Chef David at The Address Montgomerie Dubai will offer classes on ‘How to cook the perfect festive meal’ and ‘The secret to mince pies’ throughout the season until Dec. 21 at Nineteen, the signature restaurant. You can also order festive hampers of delicious goodies to choose from and a delectably prepared turkey with all the traditional accompaniments.
If you are looking to spend the day outdoors, then family and friends will enjoy The Lawn where a carnival will be organized with a spread of cuisine, games and gifts for children. A barbeque will be set up at the Bunkers restaurant on Dec. 24 for guests and on Dec. 25, enjoy brunch at Nineteen with selected beverages. Nineteen also brings and traditional Yuletide lunch for families. Festive celebrations at Nineteen, The Academy and a gala dinner at Aquaviva Terrace will help bring in the New Year extravagantly.
The Address Dubai Mall offers delectable dinner options at Cabana and Ember on Dec. 24. Cabana features a winter bash with live cooking stations, private cabanas and a DJ playing the best lounge and house music. Ember serves a four course meal, and features a lively Bossanova band and a midnight balloon drop. The next day both venues offer festive brunch options. Ember will showcase a display of seafood and meat cuts while Cabana will have a barbeque led by Chef Alain Gobeil.
For the New Year’s Eve party enjoy Brazilian beats at Ember decked up to chic settings or dress in white and take part in Cabana’s barbeque to relish succulent meat pieces.
For a truly memorable New Year’s Eve celebration, the Diamond Ballroom at The Address Dubai Mall presents the 1001 Arabian Nights. The celebration will include a lavish international buffet with live cooking stations, bubbly on arrival, a spectacular violinist show, laser effects and an international DJ dishing out the latest tunes.
The Address Dubai Marina hosts a gingerbread making session on Dec. 17 for families to bond and get into the festive spirit. Mazina’s brunch and dinner on Dec. 24 and 25 are highlighted by succulent international buffets roast favourites, mince pies and classic pastries. Mazina’s very special eggnog is a perfect way to start the season. Mazina, Shades and Blends will also host New Year’s Eve celebrations with an elaborate range of food, music and selected beverages.
For big celebrations, Constellation Ballroom with a spacious foyer area is a perfect start to the evening or if you prefer an outdoor setting, then Shades our pool side venue overlooking the sparkling Dubai Marina is your site.
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