The acquisition expands Dubai-based dnata’s international portfolio, and will make it the sole shareholder of the biggest inflight catering, on-board retail and logistics company in the UK.
Next year looks set to be a milestone one for Rixos the Palm Dubai Hotel & Suites, as the property transforms into an ultra-all-inclusive hotel. From January, all guests booking a stay will receive the all-inclusive experience, which includes a myriad of premium facilities and exceptional services.
Koral, the new aquarium dining experience at the Apurva Kempinski Bali, has opened. All of the senses are stimulated at this unique venue, which introduces the underwater dining concept to the Island of the Gods for the very first time.
Sofitel Dubai the Palm has welcomed the opening of Zoya by Maui. The new Indian restaurant is now open at the Palm Jumeirah-based hotel, serving up exciting dishes for dinner.
Cake fever is set to descend on Dubai next year as leading baker Mich Turner opens her first atelier bakery outside of the UK. The new location will open at the Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences in quarter four of 2020.
A brand-new sports bar, named Vuvuzela, has opened at Fairmont the Palm and is set to become Palm Jumeirah’s most friendly neighbourhood pub.
The lounge, based in O.R. Tambo International Airport, has undergone significant refurbishment with the new and improved space being converted into one large lounge with a dedicated boutique dining area for first-class customers.
A haven within the vibrant city of Dubai, the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah boasts a private soft-sanded beach, six distinct restaurants and lounges and elegant sea-facing guest rooms and suites.
Betsy Beer has made a comeback onboard Cathay Pacific. With a new taste, a new look and a new roll-out, it will be available to all passengers on all long-haul flights in all cabins.
Atlantis, the Palm is hosting the third edition of its overwhelmingly popular Culinary Month, from November 3rd to December 5th. Having established itself as a must-attend month of events, the resort is inviting guests to meet, learn and eat with some of the most prolific chefs in the region.
Hilton the Palm will offer the hottest new dining experience when it opens next year, with Trader Vic’s expected to take its place in an all-star line-up. Dubai Palm Jumeirah residents who love a jalapeño cheese ball and a Polynesian mixed drink are in luck, as popular restaurant arrives in the emirate.
Located in the heart of Jumeirah Village Circle, Soul Street is a lively restaurant, bar and lounge offering honest, authentic and passionate street food from South America, Europe, Asia, India and the Middle East.