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Brunch at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jumeirah Beach

Sunday, November 16, 2014
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jumeirah Beach

 

If you are in Dubai for vacation, you would probably be familiar with the famous and fabulous JBR strip. I have to admit, as a UAE resident in Dubai, I have a love/hate relationship with JBR. It’s become so beautiful, the beach, the restaurants, the activities and the walk. But on the weekends, it’s almost close to impossible to get in! But when DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jumeirah Beach launched their brunch at The Kitchen Table and had a great deal, we had to nab it and use the facilities!

Price 299dhs P/Person without alcohol and FULL access to beach/pool/facilities – 379dhs with Alcohol

Time 12pm to 4pm

Location It’s the last hotel on the JBR strip. Makes it perfect when you decide to leave avoiding the traffic that starts to build up at 4pm.

Dress Code Come as you are

Ambiance It’s a place where you just want to enjoy the good weather, great food, subtle early morning music, family get together with the kids and go swimming. Sporty Chic! You have a kids area with fantastic ladies who will go to great lengths to entertain the kids.

Food It’s not your typical massive over indulge brunch. Mostly healthy options and sea food salads, fresh lobster and shrimps, Arabic station, two different meat and 1 fish for main, gluten free is available, kids meals, shawarma and light desert section.

Overall The great thing about that day was that it was a very relaxed brunch. That’s how it should be really. Nothing over the top, a very cozy atmosphere. Make sure you get there early to grab the outside tables by the pool.

**We are giving away 2 vouchers  for 2 people (Each voucher) All you have to do is share this post and tell us what’s the first thing you look for when you go for brunch at a hotel.**

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16 comments

  1. imandela says:

    As a writer, I love to give an unbiased view about most issues. I have actually been to the Doubletree Hilton Friday brunch at Gastro Kitchen and I have to say, as a frequent visitor, this is definitely the best value for money in all of Dubai. The food is abundant, the atmosphere is relaxed and most of all, after you have indulged on food and drinks, you get free access to the lovely pool which has a bar . All in all, great value for money.
    Notes to point out- Live cooking station, amazing deserts, free flowing drinks!!!! Pool bar- amazing!

  2. Thomas says:

    The first think I look for is food for all over the world to enjoy with friends by the pool!

  3. Hilary says:

    The first think I look for is a place with a nice atmosphere

  4. Insiya says:

    The sweet tooth in me just directly goes to see what dessert options are set up 😛

  5. karen says:

    Live cooking stations for anything freshly made in front of me. Just noticed your picture of the juice counter (freshly made).

  6. judy says:

    I love to check the seafood main courses. Love grilled fish.

  7. molly says:

    The salad bar! I like to see how creative the chef can be with new mixes of fresh salads. The dessert bar comes a close 2nd.

  8. eddy bosmans says:

    i love the happiness and warmth of the personal.
    When the food is diverse and good and when there is good ambiance with music.
    Certainly we want to join this fantastic brunch.

  9. kalpana Manjani says:

    look for a grt tea and ambience … !!

  10. Mehwish Fatima says:

    The first thing i look for is salad variety & options for vegetarian 🙂

  11. Tarana Khan says:

    A variety of healthy food options is the first thing I look for!

  12. Amal says:

    Salads Variety and sea food 🙂

  13. Khushbu Gandhi says:

    The first thing i look is if its family and kids friendly where there are entertainment options for my kid, so that hubby and me can spend some quality time and next is food options. 🙂

  14. Marsha Worek says:

    Firstly I try to get a great table with a view if possible, then head straight for seafood!

  15. nora says:

    The first thing I look for is food variety / options.
    Hope to win! Thanks

  16. link2reema says:

    The first thing i look for when i go for brunch at a hotel is the number of options on the buffet, price, ambiance, reviews & last but not the least the service & cleanliness 🙂

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