The region’s favorite urban address Nikki Beach Dubai invites guests to join the celebration of life from September 1st 2018 daily from 11am until 9pm. The beach club located on the Pearl Jumeira waterfront kicks off the post-summer season with an incredible calendar ofevents, providing the perfect hangout for pool and beach fun.
Celebrations commence this weekend with a fun-filled pool party and a new Rosé Saturdays Brunch introducing packages starting from AED 265 per person. Guests reserving at the resort this September avail a 30% discount on Pool Villas with a complimentary cabana at the Beach Club. The Pool Villas are fitted with entertainment systems, adjustable lighting, in-water sun loungers, and enhanced social spaces.
Two weeks later, a fabulous Hawaiian themed Pool Party will take place on Friday, 21st September when guests can enjoy plush sun beds, resident DJ beats that will keep all entertained from day to night. For an incredibly indulgent experience, an extensive menu is available featuring signature tastes and spices representative of all the Nikki Beach locations around the world with local cuisine influences.
Nikki Beach Dubai General Manager, Isabella Murgu said, “As we became one of the city’s sought-after beach clubs, the excitement levels are high for the new season. We look forward to celebrate great times this autumn with our guests who are like family to us by now.”
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