Mercure Dubai reveals festive experiences

The property’s Day & Night Restaurant will be hosting a Christmas and New Year’s brunch buffet

Festivities at the property include a Christmas brunch at Day & Night Restaurant and EXIT sports bar
Festivities at the property include a Christmas brunch at Day & Night Restaurant and EXIT sports bar

Mercure Dubai Barsha Heights – Hotel Suites & Apartments has put together two festive-themed buffets and a fireworks show for December.

Festivities at the property include a Christmas brunch at Day & Night Restaurant and EXIT sports bar which will feature dishes such as roasts and traditional puddings.
 
The sports bar and 4041, the property’s urban space will also be hosting a party on New Year’s Eve which includes a mini-buffet and unlimited house beverages. 

Day & Night Restaurant will also be hosting a New Year’s buffet brunch on January 1, 2020, which will feature a buffet spread of international dishes as well as live entertainment.   

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