Get refreshed with a hydrating spa treat: Beat the dry summer heat with a hydrating spa therapy that includes a 60-minute massage using almond oil and a 30-minute foot reflexology session, which works with pressure points to enhance circulation. Dhs320. Until August 31. Grand Spa, Grand Hyatt Dubai, Oud Metha (04 317 2333).Work on your art collection: If you’re in the market for some affordable art, check out the wares by members of Dubai International Art Centre, which showcases professional and amateur artists. Works include local scenes crafted in oil, watercolour and acrylic. Free entry. Until August 24. Gallery 76, Street 75b (between Town Centre and Mercato Mall), Jumeirah (04 344 4398).Burgers galore: Head to C.Taste to sample all-you-can-eat burgers prepared at the live cooking station, plus two hop- or grape-based beverages. Dhs80. 8.30pm-11pm. Ongoing. C.Taste, Centro Barsha (04 704 0000).
A seafood feast: Indulge in a Wednesday night seafood buffet with delicacies such as lobster, crab, oysters and shrimps. Dhs215 (with selected beverages from 8pm), Dhs190 (soft drinks), Dhs95 (kids aged six to 12), free for under sixes. Ongoing. 7pm-11.30pm. The Market Café, Grand Hyatt Dubai, Oud Metha (04 317 2222).
Get your skates on at Dubai Ice Rink: Who’d have thought the mercury was hitting 50°C outside when you can chill out on the Olympic-sized ice rink at The Dubai Mall? During Ramadan, every guest who purchases a public skating session can get a 50 per cent discount on their next visit, between noon and 6pm on weekdays. Skate hire is included in the price. Dhs50 (adults); Dhs25 (children under 1m tall). Open Sun-Wed 10am-midnight; Thu-Sat 11.15am-midnight. Until August 30. The Dubai Mall, Downtown Burj Khalifa, www.dubaiicerink.com (04 448 5111).