Zero Gravity celebrates third birthday

As Zero Gravity celebrates its third anniversary, we look at some figures

Zero Gravity in figures.
Zero Gravity in figures.

Zero Gravity in Dubai is celebrating its third anniversary this month. In celebration, the beach club has released some figures in a release.

In the last three years, more than 40,000 people have walked through the venue's doors each month.

The club opened in 2013 sized at 1,115sqm with 12 staff members. Now after over 1,095 days of operation it is six times the size with more than 155 staff members of 24 nationalities across hospitality, security, management and marketing.

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The club has also flown 213 DJs, musicians and artists to Dubai and the Tuesday Ladies Night events usually hosts more than 850 women visitors.

Guests by the swimming pool and on the beach have consumed over 74,000 complimentary ice-lollies in 2016 alone, alongside 9,800 fresh coconuts and an average of 39 tonnes of watermelon each year.

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