Dubai’s Rixos Premium launches the Dine-Around package

The package includes dining experiences at all of the property’s eateries

Package comprises offers at F&B outlets such as Turquoise Vista Lounge, Black Tap, Godiva café and more
ALI ALSUHAIBANI
Package comprises offers at F&B outlets such as Turquoise Vista Lounge, Black Tap, Godiva café and more

Rixos Premium Dubai has launched its Dine-Around package which comprises offers at its F&B outlets such as Turquoise Vista Lounge, Black Tap, Godiva café and more.

The all-inclusive dining offer includes breakfast buffets, afternoon tea and sundowners at the Turquoise Vista Lounge, afternoon tea and a chocolate menu at Godiva Café, burgers and milkshakes at Black Tap Craft Burger & Shakes, steak and drinks at STK, drinks and street food at Lock, Stock and Barrel and Italian cuisine at Luigia Ristorante.

Other dining options include drinks at District lounge and bar, Asian-fusion cuisine at Azure Beach and Greek and Mediterranean dishes at AMMOS restaurant.

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