InterCon Dubai Marina to open two new lounges

New outdoor venues add to hotel's line up of F&B outlets and follow Marina Social, Accents, YNot & Ginter

Two new lounge outlets are set to open at the InterContinental Dubai Marina.
Two new lounge outlets are set to open at the InterContinental Dubai Marina.

InterContinental Dubai Marina will soon launch the Urban Lounge and Urban Shisha Lounge, two new outdoor lifestyle destinations, in the newly opened hotel property. Both the outlets are set to open on November 6 2015.

‘We are extremely excited about opening two stylish outdoor venues in time for Dubai’s eagerly anticipated cooler months. Further defining the incredibly diverse F&B offering at InterContinental Dubai Marina we are delighted to be opening Urban Lounge & Urban Shisha Lounge, both emanating cool style, with great atmosphere and unrivalled views across the Marina.” said Michael Martin, general manager, InterContinental Dubai Marina.

Urban Shisha Lounge will be open daily from 6pm until 1am, is located on the hotel’s second floor roof terrace, meanwhile the Urban Lounge will open its doors on every Thursday and Friday when the sun goes down.

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The venue offers an outdoor lounge-style set up of candle lit spacious cabanas, with live DJs providing the entertainment.

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