St. Regis Abu Dhabi holds beach weekend for Unicef

The resort in the capital expects to raise over Dhs100,000 for Unicef through charity auctions and prizes

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Running from Friday December 11-12, St. Regis Abu Dhabi is opening its beach club up to the public. Starting today, the two day event at Nation Riviera Beach Club will feature live cooking stations overseen by the resort’s restaurants, entertainment for families and auctions of prizes.

Outlets from the St. Regis Abu Dhabi involved in the weekend event include restaurants Villa Toscana, The Terrace on the Corniche, Azura Panoramic Lounge, Cabana Beach Bar & Grill and Crystal Lounge. The Remède Spa will also be providing treatments.

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Prizes being offered via auction and raffle will include holidays at sister properties such as The St. Regis Mauritius, The St. Regis Istanbul, The St. Regis Bangkok, The St. Regis Mardavall Resort and The St. Regis Moscow.

Entry and day access to the event will be chargeable (with adults paying from Dhs250 per person, and Dhs125 for children). Through this weekend, the resort expects to raise significant funds for Unicef, with all profits from the two days going towards the international children’s charity. 

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