Sunset Hospitality Group launches Dubai’s first Mood Rooftop Lounge

The F&B outlet is set to open in October

In Dubai, the adults-only venue will also include a garden lounge.
In Dubai, the adults-only venue will also include a garden lounge.

Dubai-based Sunset Hospitality Group will be launching the emirate’s first Mood Rooftop Lounge.

According to officials, the bar and restaurant is set to open in October at Meydan Hotel in Dubai.

This will be followed by further global expansion, as the group introduces the first Sweet Chick at Oxford Circus in London in Q4.

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In Dubai, the adults-only venue will also include a garden lounge.

“The emirate has beautiful hideouts in its skyline, and Mood Rooftop Lounge will allow guests to see the city from another perspective. The landscape of Dubai Downtown with the Burj Khalifa and the evening sky will surely impress guests,” said Nazih Hafez, chief operating officer, Sunset Hospitality Group.

Currently, the Group is scouting for another location in Dubai to open the next Mood Rooftop Lounge, while discussions are also underway to establish the brand in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

“We are also proud to announce that we have acquired the license to operate the Sweet Chick brand in the Middle East and Europe.  We will be opening the first London restaurant in the last quarter of the year, followed by plans to bring the brand to the UAE in the near future,” he added.

By April 2020, the group will open the second Sweet Chick in Birmingham.

The opening of Mood Rooftop Lounge and Sweet Chick are in line with Sunset Hospitality Group’s aggressive expansion plans in the Middle East and the UK.

Currently the group operates 13 dining venues, two beach clubs and one nightlife spot across Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Bahrain and Geneva.

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