One&Only Royal Mirage's Drift Beach Dubai to re-open after the summer

The beach club will re-open on August 23, 2019, and entry prices until the end of September will be AED 200 (US$54.5)

The Drift Restaurant will also re-open, serving up chef de cuisine Maxime Le Van’s take on classic Provencal cuisine.
The Drift Restaurant will also re-open, serving up chef de cuisine Maxime Le Van’s take on classic Provencal cuisine.

Located within the One&Only Royal Mirage hotel, Drift Beach Dubai is set to re-open on August 23 for the new season after closing for the summer period.

Entry prices from August 23 until the end of September will be AED 200 (US$54.5) daily.

The club's ladies day – Ladies Who Drift – is also returning this month, where, on Mondays and Tuesdays, women can indulge in a glass of the ‘Le Rosé’ as well as a pool-side fruit plate, sun lounger and bottle of water for an AED 100 ($27) entry fee.

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Newly introduced to Drift in 2019, the private beach cabana will also open its doors, complete with a terrace, shower and changing facilities and an indoor lounge space. It is available to rent for AED 4,000 ($1,089) from Saturday-Sunday until the end of September. 

The Drift Restaurant will also re-open, serving up chef de cuisine Maxime Le Van’s take on classic Provencal cuisine.

On Fridays and Saturdays, the Drift Sunset Lounge will also be open, with the resident DJ on from 1pm until late.

SUP Fit classes will also begin on September 18 and will be held every Wednesday and Saturday between 8-8:40am and 9-9:40am.

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