New nightclub Mantis set to open in Dubai this week

The swanky party spot will offer big DJs, chill-out rooms and the world’s most expensive coffee

New nightclub Mantis set to open in Dubai this week

It was initially set to open back in November, and now DIFC’s new nightclub Mantis is finally swinging open its doors on Friday March 15.

Coming to Emirates Financial Towers, the 8,500 sq ft nightclub looks like it could be one of the swankiest new arrivals in recent years, promising a luxurious night out and one particularly interesting feature that we’re looking forward to checking out.

The club’s immersive room offers up a bit of a retreat from the dancefloor, and if you fancy re-energising during your night out you can kick back here, listen to some more chilled music and have a sip on Kopi Luwak coffee – widely considered to be one of the most expensive coffee beans in the world.

It’s going big on its claims, too, promising huge, “unrivalled” light and sound systems, “an incredible atmosphere” and a “thrilling new era for Dubai’s VIP entertainment culture”. They’re some big shouts, so we’ll be interested to see how it all pans out when the club opens this weekend.

DJs from the UK will be making their way over for opening night, and if all of that clubbing gets you a little bit peckish, there’s plenty of grub on offer too – including sushi rolls, sashimi, oysters, ceviche and plenty of European favourites.

It all kicks off at 9pm on Friday March 15, so head along and check out the city’s newest club opening.
Fri Mar 15, 9pm. Emirates Financial Towers, DIFC (058 892 2488).

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