Festivities at Doubletree by Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach

The property will be hosting a Night under the Stars gala dinner on New Year’s Eve

The lobby will be holding a Christmas tree lighting ceremony with carol singing
The lobby will be holding a Christmas tree lighting ceremony with carol singing

Doubletree by Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach will be hosting Christmas and New Year’s Eve festivities at its dining venues.

Festive parties will be held at the property’s Gastro Kitchen restaurant from December 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020. The parties will feature a meet and greet with Santa, an International festive buffet, a candy shop and a barbeque menu. The venue will also be offering turkey takeaways which will feature Brussel sprouts, roasted potatoes grilled vegetables, parsnips, roasted carrots cranberry sauce, rich jus and turkey stuffing.

Gastro Kitchen will also be hosting a Christmas Eve brunch which will offer a variety of salads, serving of traditional roasts, a range of desserts including Christmas pudding and face painting, a bouncy house and meet and greet with Santa.

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The lobby will be holding a Christmas tree lighting ceremony with carol singing.

Middle Eastern restaurant, Al Maeda will be hosting a five-course set menu  for a New year’s Eve event which will feature dishes such as hummus pistachio, lamb kebab Fattah and a selection of meat and seafood options.

A Night under the Stars gala dinner will take place at the property with performances throughout the night, a buffet of traditional food such as beef wellington, grilled lobsters and olive truffle cream brulee and entertainment for kids.

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