Dubai's new beachfront destination to launch at One&Only Royal Mirage

Drift features an infinity pool, a private beach and panoramic views

Drift is Dubai's newest beachfront destination.
Drift is Dubai's newest beachfront destination.

Drift, Dubai's newest beachfront destination, will open its doors on November 23.

A place where the ambience is laid-back, yet vibrant. And when the sun goes down over the Arabian Gulf, the tempo at Drift rises.

Sunset Hospitality CEO Antonio Gonzalez said: “The arrival of Drift to Dubai’s beach club scene signals a new wave of understated yet sophisticated living in the city.  We are indeed delighted to be associated with the management of this exceptional new destination which will be unlike any other beach facilities in Dubai with its idyllic location offering guests a stylish retreat from the hustle and bustle of exciting Dubai”.

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Under the direction of chef de Cuisine Maxime Le Van, Drift Restaurant aims to showcase an innovative take on classic Provençal cuisine. The menu features an emphasis on organic ingredients, freshness and simplicity complemented by a cocktail menu curated by mixologist Eric Ballard.

“Drift is a breath of fresh air, a gorgeous retreat where guests will have the opportunity to unwind from the everyday life” said One&Only Royal Mirage managing director Olivier Louis.

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