W Dubai – The Palm launches Halloween experiences

The experiences will be held at the property’s WET Deck and SoBe

The best dressed guest also receives a brunch for four and the runner-up gets a bottle of champagne
The best dressed guest also receives a brunch for four and the runner-up gets a bottle of champagne

W Dubai – The Palm has launched Halloween promotions and experiences at SoBe and WET Deck.

Held on October 31 2019 at the property’s eatery, SoBe is the No Filter: Sugar and Skull night which features Halloween themed cocktails and live music by Brooklyn and Adam J.

The MISFIT night at SoBe, held on 1 November 2019 features Halloween-based live shows from 9:00PM onwards. It is also inclusive of prizes for the scariest dressed.

The Halloween edition of WET Deck’s Palm Sugar on 1 November from 1pm to 5pm includes cocktails and live music by W music curator, Smokingroove and Shef Codes. The best dressed guest also receives a brunch for four and the runner-up gets a bottle of champagne.

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