voco Dubai releases range of festive packages for season

The five-star will prepare a Christmas Day brunch

voco Dubai has unveiled its packages and offers for the Christmas period.
voco Dubai has unveiled its packages and offers for the Christmas period.

High-end lifestyle hotel voco Dubai has unveiled its packages and offers for the Christmas period.

Turkey takeaway

Organised by the hotel’s Corner Café venue, the property will provide guests with a Christmas turkey preparation service.

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Running from December 3 to 28, the café will give guests a range of festive items.

The turkey menu consists of a four kg to five kg turkey for AED 450, a 5.5kg to 6.5kg for AED 590 and an additional Yule log and salad for AED 80.

Also on offer is a gingerbread house for AED 89, Christmas plum cake for AED 89, Christmas plum pudding for AED 99 and a one kg Yule log for AED 120.

Christmas day

On December 25, the hotel’s international eatery ‘Celsius’ shall create a seasonal buffet.

Including dishes and cuisines from around the world, the buffet will feature festive foods as well as live cooking stations.

The hotel assures Santa will also make an appearance to entertain the younger guests.

Taking place from 12:30pm to 4pm, the brunch will be priced at AED 250 with soft drinks, AED 350 with house drinks and AED 450 with premium. There is also an AED 150 price for children aged six to 11.

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