Rixos Bab Al Bahr to prepare host of festive F&B events

The Ras Al Khaimah hotel will host events on Christmas Eve and day and New Year’s

The hotel’s international eatery Seven Heights Restaurant will on Christmas day organise a buffet
Wassim Raslan
The hotel’s international eatery Seven Heights Restaurant will on Christmas day organise a buffet

Ras Al Khaimah’s Rixos Bab Al Bahr has announced its calendar of festive F&B events.

Christmas Eve

During Christmas Eve, the five-star’s selection of seven F&B outlets will curate a festive menu.

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Eateries such as Fish Bone, Meat Point and L’Olivo Restaurant shall provide a Christmas a la carte menu.

Along with these menus, the venues will provide live entertainment and provide drinks by the pool.

The Christmas Eve menus will be served at a number of venues from 5pm to 7pm.

Christmas day

The hotel’s international eatery Seven Heights Restaurant will on Christmas day organise a buffet.

The restaurant, featuring live cooking and BBQ stations, will be decorated for the festive day.

The Christmas day buffet will run from 12:30pm to 3pm, priced at AED 400 for adults and AED 200 for children.

New Year’s Eve

As 2020 commences, the hotel will showcase a performance consisting of a fire show, acrobatics, belly dancers, jazz recitals and a live band in concert.

Joining the performance will be a large-scale fireworks display, a gala dinner buffet and an after party at the Inferno club.

Taking place from 7pm to 3am, the gala event will cost AED 1,500 per person, inclusive of unlimited drinks. There is also a beverage package for AED 500 per person.

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