Dukes The Palm’s launches winter season promotions

The offers feature ladies’ nights, movie nights and happy hours

Movie nights at the dine-in is another package that includes screening of a kids’ movie at 6:30pm and a family movie at 9:30pm, every Thursday
Movie nights at the dine-in is another package that includes screening of a kids’ movie at 6:30pm and a family movie at 9:30pm, every Thursday

Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel’s dining venue, West 14th Steakhouse has introduced F&B offers for the month.

Offerings include the Ladies’ nights, running every Wednesday from 6pm to 10pm. The night will feature complimentary beverages for ladies and discounts on drinks for men. 

Movie nights at the dine-in is another package that includes screening of a kids’ movie at 6:30pm and a family movie at 9:30pm, every Thursday.

Live Music Mondays feature live band performances, cocktails and a complimentary finger food dish.

The Happy Hour at Marina Bar, Pool and Beach, running from Saturdays to Wednesdays feature discounts on selected house beverages.

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