Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island launches festive offers

The hotel has revealed a line-up of year-end dining and entertaining on its 'festive website'

The property has launched a festive website which includes a festive hotline featuring Christmas and New Year’s programmes
2016
The property has launched a festive website which includes a festive hotline featuring Christmas and New Year’s programmes

Four Seasons Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island has revealed a line-up of programmes for Christmas and New Year.

The property has also launched a festive website which includes a festive hotline featuring Christmas and New Year’s programmes at Al Meylas, Crust, Butcher & Still, Café Milano and Eclipse.

Offerings feature afternoon tea at Al Meylas which will comprises a selection of Christmas pastries by pastry chef, Rasika Mahina. The venue has also launched a New Year’s offering that includes a four-course set menu.

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International cuisine restaurant, Crust will be launching a holiday brunch which will feature live stations as well as a kids club.

Butcher & Still will be hosting a Chicago-style dinner which will feature Christmas themed dishes and beverages while Café Milano, the property’s Italian dining venue will be launching a New Year’s eve set menu and a Christmas based set menu.

Finally, Eclipse Terrace Lounge will be hosting a New Year’s Eve gathering which will include a four-course set menu.

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