Meliã Desert Palm Dubai announces New Year’s Eve offers

Taking place at three of the hotel’s F&B venues

The hotel’s main eatery RARE will serve a five-course menu
The hotel’s main eatery RARE will serve a five-course menu

Four-star hotel Meliã Desert Palm Dubai has announced its New Year’s Eve dinners for its ‘RARE’, ‘Polo Bar’ and ‘RED Bar’ F&B venues.  

The hotel’s main eatery RARE will serve a five-course menu from 8pm – 11:30pm. Created by chef Gaston Silva, the menu will consist of Argentinian dishes.

The dinner will be held on the hotel’s Portico terrace, boasting views of Dubai’s skyline and the Burj Khalifa.

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The dinner is priced at AED 750 per person with house beverages including prosecco (until 11:30pm), AED 550 per person with soft beverages and AED 150 per child (6 to 11 years old).

The hotel’s Polo Bar will also serve a number of beverage packages from 8pm – 3am. For AED 499 per person, guests can have unlimited house beverages, mixers and soft drinks until 12am. The cash bar is then open till 3am.

The Polo Bar will also bring in a DJ for live entertainment during the evening.

Finally, for AED 150, diners can have canapés at Polo Bar or RED Bar, and pay for drinks upon consumption.

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