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Fiesta Alert: Easter Celebrations at Emirates Place and Jannah Burj Al Sarab

Easter festivities at Emirates Palace 

Emirates Palace will host an Easter brunch at Las Brisas. The Easter celebrations will continue onto March 26th where an Easter Picnic has been organized at the West Wing Garden.

Brunch will commence from 12:30 pm to 4: 00 pm, and is ideal for family and friends looking to celebrate an easy, relaxing Easter by enjoying the sea breeze by the pool. Las Brisas will serve international cuisine, which will be accompanied with a cellist and the resident DJ. While the adults bask in the sunshine, the little ones can participate in the Easter Egg Hunt and entertaining games arranged for them.

04 Emirates Palace DaytimeThe program for the 26th consists of an Easter Egg hunt which will have the scenic West Wing Garden as a setting. Sous Chefs have prepared scrumptious picnics which will be served on the lawn while guests are left to enjoy the unique venue and experience. A variety of meats and vegetables will be served from the charcoal grill, while the dessert hut awaits you with chocolatey surprises, waffles, crepes, an ice cream wagon and much more. Along with the Easter Egg Hunt, children can also participate in the mini-tennis and mini-soccer games.

“Easter is a classic holiday that follows a set of traditions and rituals which can be enjoyed here at Emirates Palace. It is our priority to provide a memorable experience for our guests and have created exclusive packages that promise the same. Children and adults alike can experience a traditional Easter with our Easter Egg Hunt and themed food. As per the holiday demands, we will celebrate family, friendship and love this year at Emirates Palace”, stated . These activities will uphold classic Easter traditions and promises fun.

Easter Brunch pricing

AED 340* per person including soft drinks

AED 400* per person including hops and grapes

AED 530* per person including bubbles

Children under 6 will dine with compliments from the hotel

AED 170*Children between 6-12 years

Easter Picnic Pricing

AED 370* per person for the Easter picnic including BBQ menu

Children under 6 will dine with compliments from the hotel

AED 185*Children between 6-12 years

*Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 6% tourism fee.

*For more information or reservations, please call +971 (0) 2 690 7999 or email restaurants@emiratespalace.ae

*Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 6% tourism fee.

 

Easter Egg Hunt at Jannah Burj Al Sarab

Burj Al Sarab3Jannah Burj Al Sarab, invite all persons to join them in celebrating the happy holiday, Easter. Along with spreading joy and
happiness, guests can participate in an exciting Easter Egg hunt.

Each egg will be will be awarded a gift voucher worth AED 200 that can be spent either at the hotel’s all-day restaurant, The Dining Room, or the rooftop café, Malaga the Lounge. So the participants can explore every nook and corner of the hotel for the coveted prizes . Additionally, children under the age of 12 will be thrilled to hear that they are eligible for basketfuls of delicious chocolate Easter Eggs. Celebrations will take place all day and entry is free for all.

This Arabian Gulf facing hotel boasts a prime location as it is situated right in the middle of the city. The hotel aims to make guests feel right at home with first class services and high end facilities. The fastest internet in the world calls the hotel home and proves to be yet another attraction. Jannah Burj Al Sarab offers a wide variety of amenities that include a roof top pool, a workout room and a Jacuzzi that promises to leave everyone feelings relaxed and pampered.

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One thought on “Fiesta Alert: Easter Celebrations at Emirates Place and Jannah Burj Al Sarab

  1. Hmm, the fee is for just a day visit? Quite expensive though, specially when you’re with your family 😁 You’ll need to pay 500+ each for your convience there… 😂

    Well, I just wish to win in your giveaways, specially the resort at Dhana. 😂😅😉☺👌👍

     

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