Crowne Plaza Dubai Deira announces Christmas food offers

Running from December 5 – 31, the hotel will offer a selection of festive menus

There’s also a 30% early-bird discount for all guests dining before December 15
There’s also a 30% early-bird discount for all guests dining before December 15

Crowne Plaza in Deira, an IHG-owned hotel, has announced its selection of Christmas menus for the season.

December 5 – 31, 2019

Taking place at the hotel’s Aqarium Lounge, there will be a choice of yule logs and gingerbread houses on sale. Ranging from chocolate, vanilla, pistachio, coffee, chestnut or caramel, yule logs will be priced at AED 59 per 0.5kg or AED 99 per 1kg.

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The gingerbread house prices will vary depending on how guests build their own.

The sale will run from 7am – 12am.

December 7, 2019

Guests at the hotel’s Brioso eatery can enjoy the gingerbread factory offer.

Guests will be given all the ‘spare parts’ and required tools to make a gingerbread house. Chefs will be at hand to assist. Drinks and snacks will be given out.

The festive workshop will run from 3pm – 7pm and will be priced at AED 59 per person. Santa will also be in attendance for the younger guests.

December 24, 2019

During Christmas Eve, the Spice Island eatery will serve a one-off buffet. Comprising mulled wine and unlimited sea food, the buffet will also have live Christmas music and live shows.

Running from 6:30pm – 11:30pm, the buffet will be priced at AED 195 with soft drinks, AED 249 with house drinks, AED 370 with premium drinks, AED 49 for children aged 6-12 and free for children below six.

Again at the Brioso venue, a Christmas Eve dinner set menu is to be held.

The menu will consist of traditional dishes found in Italy during Christmas. Like Spice Island there will be live singing and shows.

The menu will be served between 6:30pm and 11:30pm. It is priced at AED 159 for three courses and a glass of Prosecco.

December 25, 2019

On Christmas day, Spice Island will serve its festive buffet. Made up of interactive cooking stations with meat, turkey and seafood, guests can carve their food themselves.

The buffet will also bring in the Cuban trio of Kubanda for live music and singing.

The brunch buffet will run from 12pm – 4pm and will be priced at AED 195 with soft drinks, AED 249 with house drinks, AED 370 with premium drinks, AED 49 for children aged 6-12 and free for children below six.

Spice Island will also prepare a similar buffet at dinner from 6:30pm – 11:30pm. It will  be priced at AED 129 with soft drinks, AED 197 with house drinks, AED 296 with premium drinks, AED 49 for children aged 6-12 and free for children below six.

Finally, Brioso will create a lunch or dinner set menu during Christmas day. Both menus will be served with a wine pairing.

The lunch will run from 12pm – 3pm while the dinner will run from 7pm – 11pm. The lunch will be priced at AED 149 for three coruses and a wine while the dinner will be priced at AED 159 for three courses and a Prosecco.

Private parties can be booked for AED 2,500 per event.

There’s also a 30% early-bird discount for all guests dining before December 15.

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