Jumeirah's Kuwait property opens shisha lounge on the beach

Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa has opened the Dar Messilah Shisha Lounge, located on the beach

Dar Messilah Shisha Lounge
Dar Messilah Shisha Lounge

Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa has opened the Dar Messilah Shisha Lounge, located on the beach.

The new shisha lounge offers a laid-back atmosphere along with Arabic music and a variety of shisha flavours.

Dining options for guests include mezzeh, shawarmas, za'atar wraps and more.

The hotel's director of sales & marketing, Georges Akar, said in a statement: "With the launch of Dar Messilah Shisha Lounge, we want to provide our valued guests a perfect Arabian ambience experience with authentic Arabic music, delicious arrays of shisha flavours to explore, as well as the cosy bonfire setting by the Arabian Gulf to spend their evenings in a relaxed environment with family and friends."

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Dar Messilah is now open from 4PM to midnight every day.

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