New Year’s experiences at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai JBR

Experiences include an evening gala dinner and a beach pop-up

Beach pop up, New years eve, Gulf lawn, Galla dinner, The ritz-carlton, Dubai JBR

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai JBR has launched a range of New Year’s experiences.

Activities at the property include the New Year’s Gala dinner inclusive of a six-course set menu, free-flowing drinks and live entertainment.

The New Year’s Gala at the Gulf Lawn includes a live band and DJ, an open bar and a dinner buffet. An after party will be hosted poolside at La Baie offering a la carte beverages.

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A poolside brunch inclusive of international cuisine, free-flowing drinks, house beverages and live entertainment will be hosted at La Baie on New Year’s Eve.

An Italian soiree with a six-course menu will be hosted at Splendido on December 31, 2019.

Welcoming the New Year with Arabic entertainment, seafood dishes and live cooking stations is the Arabian New Year’s Eve at Asmeena.

Finally, the New Year’s Beach pop up at the Palm Grill is inclusive of island-inspired beverages, international bites and a beach party.

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