Hilton’s Conrad Dubai bolsters mocktail menu for Dubai Fitness Challenge

The five-star hotel located on Sheikh Zayed Road is embracing the healthy manifesto of the challenge

With thousands of people recently flooding an emptied-Sheikh Zayed Road for a marathon, Dubai Fitness Challenge is fresh in everyone’s minds
With thousands of people recently flooding an emptied-Sheikh Zayed Road for a marathon, Dubai Fitness Challenge is fresh in everyone’s minds

With thousands of people recently flooding an emptied-Sheikh Zayed Road for a marathon, Dubai Fitness Challenge is fresh in everyone’s minds. Hilton’s Conrad Dubai has embraced the challenge by increasing its selection of mocktails.

The hotel recently unveiled its zero-proof cocktail menu, containing drinks such as the peach bellini, a mix of white peach puree, lemon juice and zero-proof sparkling wine, and the apple & berry rose, a mixture of raspberry puree, apple juice, lime juice and rose lemonade.

As part of the Fitness Challenge, the five-star is also serving a mocktail in popsicle-form, made of mango or mixed fruit and a chilled zero-proof sparkling wine.

Conrad Dubai joins the likes of the Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, Swissôtel Al Ghurair and Al Ghurair Centre, and a trio of Hilton-owned hotels in offering Dubai Fitness Challenge-orientated events for guests.

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