Festive offers at Mandarin Oriental Jumeira

The property will be featuring festive cakes and menus, a talent show for kids and a seasonal spa treatment

Christmas menus will be offered at the resort’s restaurants on December 24 and 25, 2019
Christmas menus will be offered at the resort’s restaurants on December 24 and 25, 2019

The beachfront hotel, Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai has launched festive offers at its dining venues.

Noor Lounge’s festive afternoon tea, available from December 5, 2019 will feature a range of scones, finger sandwiches, cakes and more.

The Mandarin Cake Shop will be serving Christmas cakes, petit gâteaux, gingerbread houses and panettones as well festive hampers with Christmas biscuits, chocolates, panettone and more throughout the month.

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Christmas menus will be offered at the resort’s restaurants on December 24 and 25, 2019.

A festive international buffet and a meet and greet with 'Santa for Christmas' and live entertainment options for New Year’s Eve will be held at The Bay.

A Portugese feast will be hosted at Tasca by José Avillez with sharing-style menus featuring codfish, roast turkey, desserts and other seasonal dishes for Christmas. The venue will also be hosting a New Year’s Eve celebratory menu.

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai will launch the 'Rose 02 facial' from Ling New York curated for the festive period. The treatment begins with a face, neck and shoulder massage followed by a Rose O2 mask and Energy Lift treatment.

The resort’s Little Nomads Kids’ Club will be launching 'Crazy Scientist' experiments which will include making fake snow and peppermint slime cookie decoration and festive arts and crafts culminating with an end of year talent show for children.

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