Jumeirah opens new luxury Dubai beach club and bar

Located next to Skydive Dubai, Zero Gravity features beach and F&B

Zero Gravity.
Zero Gravity.

Dubai-based luxury hotelier Jumeirah Group has opened Zero Gravity, a luxury beach club, bar and restaurant located next to the drop zone of Skydive Dubai in Al Sufouh.

Zero Gravity features a beach, day beds, a two tier restaurant and several terraces. The day-to-night venue will host DJs including Scott Evans, David Craig and Charl Chaka in the evenings.

A range of access options are available, including beach passes valid for one day, one-week or a fortnight.A single one-day weekday pass at Zero Gravity costs AED 150, with AED 50 redeemable against F&B, and a single one-day weekend pass costs AED 250, with AED 100 redeemable against F&B.

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Zero Gravity will host the opening reception of the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference (AHIC) on May 4.

 

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