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Christmas in Dubai

Is it just me or is Christmas arriving earlier in Dubai than anywhere else? Every year we start celebrating Christmas earlier and earlier. Before you know it Christmas in Dubai will be right after Halloween! This year however, we fell into the trap. We just bought a new tree (finally)! Here are some few places to pick from if you are celebrating Christmas eve or day in Dubai! Keep checking the list for daily updates!

 

The Oberoi, Dubai
Celebrate in style with family and friends this festive season and enjoy warm, personalised service at one of the most luxurious five star hotels in the UAE, The Oberoi, Dubai, located in the heart of Business Bay. From traditional festive fare at world cuisine restaurant Nine7One to contemporary Asian cuisine at Umai or authentic Indian delicacies at Ananta, the hotel offers a range of gourmet festive packages and party venues to suit all tastes as well as family activities such as Christmas caroling with an in house choir.

With its stunning views of the Burj Khalifa, renowned for its world-class fireworks display, The Oberoi, Dubai is set to be the hottest destination in town this New Year’s Eve, with its convenient location away from the crowds in Downtown Dubai and proximity to all the action.

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Sofitel Dubai Downtown

Christmas Eve @ The Red Grill & The Green Spices

Indulge in a traditional French Christmas with a Fois Gras Gourmet three course menu paired with French Wine at The Red Grill. Delight your senses with a Fois Gras trilogy complementing the Roast Pigeon stuffed with Fois Gras. The special celebratory set menu offers the finest delicacies along with a live performance. Treat your family and loved ones to a wonderful evening of joy surrounded by stunning Christmas ornaments.

Timing: Wednesday 24th of December from 6.30pm – 11.30pm

Priced at: AED 550 including wine pairing

 

Christmas Eve @ Les Cuisines

Embark on a festive culinary journey and treat all senses to an international buffet with flavors from all around the world. The vibrant colors of Les Cuisines will set the perfect atmosphere for a jolly celebration.

Timing: Wednesday, 24th of December from 6:30pm – 11:30pm

Priced at: AED 185 per person

 

Christmas Day Brunch @ Mosaic Pool & Lounge

Relish in a merry atmosphere where Santa Clause will be amongst guests at the unique Christmas edition of the Street Food Festival brunch. Savor incredible regional food served in street stalls and food carts with your treasured ones and be surrounded with dazzling festive decorations.

Timing: Thursday 25th of December

Casual seating between the hours of 12.30pm – 4.00pm

Priced at: AED 360 for softdrinks,

AED 450 for house beverages,

AED 650 for house beverages and bubbly.

50% discount for children aged between 6 – 12

 

Waldorf Astoria Palm Jumeirah Dubai

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