Nikki Beach Dubai's beach club pop-up coming to Jumeirah Royal Saray Bahrain

It will showcase a series of events with signature Nikki Beach music and entertainment


Nikki Beach is set to open a pop-up location at Jumeirah Royal Saray Bahrain on June 22,  2018, which will be launched in partnership with Sevens Holding.

It will showcase a series of events with Nikki Beach music and entertainment paired with food.

Set on a private beach at the new Seef district at the Jumeirah Royal Saray, it will be open from 11am until 9pm. The pop-up will be set on the existing pool and beach area of the property, with several seating and lounging options, cabanas and pool beds.

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"There has been no better opportunity to diversify the range of entertainment in the region and we look forward to partnering with Sevens Holding and bring our vibrant concept to Jumeirah Royal Saray this summer," said Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai assistant director of food & beverage Ruben Martinez.

"We are very excited about this partnership with Nikki Beach, which will offer our guests a brand new and incredible experience within our destination," added Moustafa ElGayar, director of food & beverage, Jumeirah Royal Saray. 

Related: Bahrain's hospitality on upward investment growth


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