Four Points by Sheraton Sheikh Zayed Road announces festive deals

Including offers for both Christmas and New Year’s

Level 43 Sky Lounge
SanjayPradhan
Level 43 Sky Lounge

Four Points by Sheraton, located on Sheikh Zayed Road, has announced a number of F&B deals for the festive period.

Luigi’s Christmas Dinner

During Christmas, the hotel’s Italian venue, Luigi’s, will host a four-course Christmas meal.

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Consisting of a number of the eatery’s signature dishes, the dinner will include free-flowing soft or house drinks.

Soft beverages will cost AED 200 per person, while house drinks will cost AED 295.

Purani Dilli’s Christmas Dinner

Similarly, the hotel’s Indian venue will too host a four-course set menu for Christmas.

Assured to provide a festive twist, the menu will include the restaurants signature dishes.

The dinner will include free-flowing soft or house drinks.

Soft beverages will cost AED 200 per person, while house drinks will cost AED 295.

New Year’s

Consisting of a four-course menu, New Year’s at the Italian eatery will include a glass of sparkling wine, as well as free-flowing soft drinks for AED 499. This can be swapped to house beverages for AED 699. Purani Dilli also has a similar deal, instead consisting of an Indian set menu.

Finally, the property’s Sky Lounge will provide an exclusive menu, along with a life DJ performance and a saxophone performance.

Level 43 Sky Lounge also is situated as to provide guests with views of the Burj Khalifa fireworks.

For AED 1,600, guests can buy the Diamond Package, providing a VIP table, three-course menu, canapes, free-flowing drinks and a bottle of champagne per person.

There is also a Platinum Package for AED 1,300 and Gold for AED 800.

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