One of my happiest memories is from a vacation in Italy a few years ago. I spent two weeks traveling through the Tuscan countryside on a Vespa, stopping off in village coffee shops each day. I was living the dream, Italian style. Although I’ve forgotten the names of most of the villages I traveled through, I will never forget the anise biscotti I had in one of the cafés on the route!
Walls covered in colourful graffiti by internationally acclaimed street artists, furniture from the local souk and even a tuk-tuk from India. Walk into Soul Street at Five Jumeirah Beach and feel the buzz of the global street markets.
Pan Pacific London has announced the appointment of Cherish Finden as executive pastry chef. Born in Singapore, she has over 30 years of international experience and will be responsible for creating the entire pastry collection at the hotel.
Starting from today, Nobu will be offering a brand-new Weekend Brunch, taking place every Friday and Saturday from 12:00-15:00. With packages starting from AED345 per person, guests can while away an afternoon enjoying unlimited a la carte signature Nobu dishes and beverages served to the table.
Chef Reif Othman will open a new location in the Depachika Food Hall on the Palm Jumeirah this week. A cake and chirashi counter will open in time for Eid, to be followed by a donburi pop-up that launches on May 29th and will operate every Friday and Saturday.
For just AED295 per person, the new daycation package includes a deluxe room for the day, a sun lounger on White Beach, and a three-course set lunch menu at White Restaurant.
Nakheel Malls has launched a contactless pick-up service at Nakheel Mall, the Pointe and Ibn Battuta Mall, giving more customers instant access to over 700 retailers and restaurants while social distancing.
Atlantis Resorts has pledged 20,000 meals worth AED225,000 as part of “10 Million Meals”, the biggest community campaign to provide meals or food parcels to support vulnerable individuals and families in the United Arab Emirates.
In line with a decision from the government of Dubai to ease some restrictions around the city, Atlantis, the Palm has announced it will offer special Iftar deals to enjoy in-resort and at home during the holy month of Ramadan.
Atlantis, the Palm has partially reopened for daily dinner services at selected restaurants, with some retail outlets in the Avenues also now welcoming guests.
Named after the traditional Arabian marketplace, the SUQ team is excited to welcome back guests into its warm and convivial atmosphere, and has launched a four-course Iftar menu to mark the holy month of Ramadan.
Caribbean hotels may have to scrap conveniences such as buffets and drinks stations in order to attract post-Covid-19 guests, suggest two hospitality experts.