Rixos Hotels Dubai unveil festive and New Year’s offers

Including dinners, brunches, teas, parties and tree lightings

Rixos Hotels within Dubai have announced a number of Christmas and New Year’s events
Rixos Hotels within Dubai have announced a number of Christmas and New Year’s events

Rixos Hotels within Dubai have announced a number of Christmas and New Year’s events.

Rixos Premium Dubai

On December 24, the hotel shall host a Christmas Eve dinner. Taking place at its Turquoise Restaurant, it will serve a number of traditional festive Turkish dishes, as well as international.

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The venue assures there will be live music and cooking stations.

The dinner is priced at AED 370 for the buffet and soft drinks, with 50% off for children aged 6-12. For AED 570, guests can enjoy free-flowing house drinks and for AED 670, they can enjoy free-flowing bubbly.  

Throughout the month of December, the hotel’s Godiva Café will serve its chocolate-infused menu. The afternoon tea shall include chocolate-filled desserts, as well as a number of classic items.

The tea is served 3pm – 6pm every day, priced at AED 179 for one and AED 369 for two.

New Year’s Eve will see the hotel hosting a party. It shall prepare what it calls the largest open buffet in Dubai. Consisting of items such as grand seafood displays and a number of Turkish dishes.

There will also be live entertainment and DJs providing music for guests. Located on the beaches of JBR, guests will be able to enjoy the Palm Jumeirah, and JBR firework displays.

The party is priced at AED 2,000 per person or AED 2,500 for outside guests without a room booking.

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On December 6, the hotel will be hosting its Christmas tree lighting. During the event will also be carollers, opera singers and a gingerbread display piece. Santa is also promised to attend to hand out gifts to children.

During Christmas Eve, the hotel’s Italian restaurant L’Olivo will serve a festive set-menu.

Dishes will include gold leaf oysters, wagyu tenderloin, and deconstructed black forest cake.

The menu will be priced at AED 350 per person, with 50% off for children aged 6-12. There’s also an AED 500 offer per person with a wine pairing.

A La Turca, the hotel’s main restaurant, will too serve a Christmas Eve dinner.

The open buffet will give guests Turkish and international dishes, including grills, kebabs, and mezzes.

The dinner is set to cost AED 230 per person, with 50% off for children aged 6-12.

The same venue will also serve a Christmas Day lunch the following day.

The lunch will offer drinks, three carving stations, nine live cooking stations and a large international buffet.

It will cost AED 315 with soft drinks, with a 50% discount for children aged 6-12. There is also AED 460 with free-flowing house drinks ad AED 685 with bubbly drinks.

Finally, the hotel’s Le Rouge venue will host a French gala dinner-inspired New Year’s Eve party.

The dinner shall boast live jazz, pop shows by Swing Revue Band, along with a cabaret dance show, champagne countdown and fireworks.

There will also be an international buffet for guests to enjoy indoors at La Turca.

Rixos Beach prices are AED 2,500 per adult and AED 1,250 per child from 3 to 13 years old. La Turca prices are AED 2,200 per adult and AED 1,100 per child from 3 to 13 years old.

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