Aloft City Center Deira unveils festive season events

Including festive buffets and drinks offers

The hotel's shisha lounge
The hotel's shisha lounge

Aloft City Center Deira has announced its selection of deals during New Year’s.

Firstly is the New Year’s buffet at the hotel. Taking place during New Year’s Eve at 8pm – 2am, there will be live entertainment, free-flowing drinks and an international buffet.

Entertainment shall feature live music, along with a DJ and a number of dance and other performance acts.

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With the hotel’s location, guests can also enjoy views of the Burj Khalifa and Festival City Mall fireworks on the outdoor terrace.

Served till 11pm, the international buffet dinner comes with unlimited house beverages, along with a glass of bubbly at midnight. The buffet is priced at AED 499 per person, with children 6-12 getting 50% off and children below six eating free.

Taking place at WXYZ, the hotel’s sports bar, there is an alternative offer during New Year’s Eve.

Running from 8pm till 2am, the bar will provide guests with bar access, along with a live DJ and a glass of bubbly at midnight. The bar also has access to an outdoor terrace for firework viewing.

Bar access is priced at AED 225 per person, exclusive to guests aged 21 and over.

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