Umm Al Quwain’s Barracuda announces Christmas event

The beach resort will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a festive weekend

Room rates starting from AED 380 per room per night
Room rates starting from AED 380 per room per night

Barracuda Beach Resort is celebrating 25 years of operation with a Christmas weekend.

Located on the edge of Umm Al Quwain, the festival will take place at the resort from December 20-21.

The resort will be selling Christmas puddings, butters and sauces, fruit cakes, chocolates, cookies and other desserts.

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Its Thunder Road F&B venue will be selling the Italian Christmas cake, flamigni panettone during the December month. It will be priced at AED 149 for 1kg.

Its store will be arranging gift-wrapping from 10am – 4pm during the festival, with a host of Christmas gifts also being sold. Its outdoor plant store will also be stocked with holly, mistletoe and real Christmas trees.

The trees are set to range from AED 550 to AED 875 depending on size.

Visitors can have a Christmas-themed buffet inclusive of turkey and all the trimmings at Barracuda Beach Resort’s Aquarius restaurant for AED 85 per person.

The resort’s general manager, said: “With special room rates starting from just AED 380 per room per night, inclusive of breakfast, from 19 till 21 December, we are an ideal option for value-conscious families looking for a short break away, in a casual and relaxing environment.”

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