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Bars & Clubs

14 Aug 2019
The property has introduced three events to celebrate the reopening
Nikki Beach Club to reopen beach club
Park Regis Kris Kin introduces Ladies Night
05 Aug 2019
Women dressed in pink will receive complimentary snacks
04 Aug 2019
Our round up of environmentally impactful practices implemented by hotels across the Middle East
Observatory Bar & Grill introduces F&B offers
17 Jul 2019
Deals feature the ‘Queen’s Social’ offer for women and the weekend offers for men
Trump International Golf Club launches summer promotions at Stoke House
16 Jul 2019
The offers feature discounts on both, food and beverage menu items
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts' global cocktail programme gets update
27 Jun 2019
Classics Perfected 2.0: The Decades offers new spin on classic cocktails from the 19th and 20th centuries
Address Downtown Dubai creates US$650 beverage
24 Jan 2019
Neos has launched an AED 2,400 ($653) beverage, A Fleeting Moment, served in a Baccarat crystal glass
Dubai's Zero Gravity beach club issues apology after lewd incident
17 Dec 2018
The popular Dubai venue posted a statement on its Instagram account

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