Festive offers at Movenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate Dubai

Activities at the property include gingerbread house making and Christmas tree lighting

The Christmas Day brunch at Al Bahou will feature a selection of international cuisine and free flowing beverages
The Christmas Day brunch at Al Bahou will feature a selection of international cuisine and free flowing beverages

Movenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate Dubai has launched festive activities, offers and experiences for the season.

The property will be hosting a Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Al Bahou which will comprise carol singing, canapes and festive drinks and a meet and greet with Santa. The Turkey Takeaway features a classic slow roasted whole turkey with sage stuffing, golden roasted potatoes, glazed carrots, caramelised chestnuts, brussel sprouts, house made cranberry sauce and gravy.

The Christmas Day brunch at Al Bahou will feature a selection of international cuisine and free flowing beverages. The New Year’s Eve Gala dinner at the venue will feature a view of the Burj Khalifa fireworks, DJ performances, a buffet and house beverages. 

Finally, the property will be offering a gingerbread house and festive treats at Revo Café. The offering will feature a selection of yule logs, mince pies, cookies, candies, Christmas hampers and more.

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