Brunches return to Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa

The family friendly packages will be available on Friday and Saturday

Desert brunch experiences at Bab Al Shams
Desert brunch experiences at Bab Al Shams

Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa is bringing back its brunch experiences from September 27th. 

The Friday Garden Brunch and the 360°Nature Brunch cater to guests of all ages with packages starting from AED 225.

Diners can enjoy indoor and outdoor live cooking stations, sections of organic and healthy spreads, free flowing beverages, as well as a buffet laid out for the little ones. Parents can relax to the tunes of live entertainment, while children have fun with activities such as face painting, a petting zoo, a bouncing castle as well as camel and pony riding. Magicians and jugglers will also be present to entertain both kids and adults.
 
For more information on brunches at Bab Al Shams or to make reservations call +971 4 809 6194 or e-mail BAS.info@meydanhotels.com.

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