Armani Hotel to mark four years at Burj Khalifa

Hotel to offer special menus in four restaurants to mark anniversary

Staff at Armani Hotel, which opened four years ago.
Staff at Armani Hotel, which opened four years ago.

Armani Hotel Dubai is to celebrate its fourth anniversary with a series of special food menus in its restaurants, showcasing cuisine from around the world.

The property, a collaboration between Emaar Properties PJSC and Giorgio Armani S.p.A, opened in the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, in April 2010.

Four of the hotel’s restaurants will mark the anniversary by offering guests a series of special four-course menus over four days, from April 24-27.

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Diners will be able to enjoy Italian cuisine at Armani/Ristorante, Japanese flavours at Armani/Hashi, the best of regional Indian food at Armani/Amal, and European food in Armani/Deli. The menus are designed to showcase the restaurants’ signature flavours.

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