Time Out Says
From the glammed-up ladies wearing high heels taller than the Burj Khalifa, to the equally well-groomed gents, and the seasoned clubgoers who meander dangerously close to the front bass speakers, it’s a club that appeals to all types.
There are plenty of average joes, too, and the crowd mix is pretty much perfect.
There’s not a hint of pretentiousness in the (still rather warm) outdoor air as the DJ spins out hits ranging from chart beats to long-forgotten songs that provoke pangs of nostalgia, all accompanied by a synchronised light show. Suddenly, the fun all kicks off in a haze of sparklers and dancing waitresses when a table orders a bottle of bubbly.
For big spenders, there’s even the chance to have the whole thing filmed and projected onto huge screens above the club. However, drinks are not mind-blowingly expensive if you don’t have the cash to splash on bubbly.
Plus there’s a free bar for ladies until midnight on Thursday and until 1am on Saturday.
This season, the plan is for the club to be completely transformed into a different experience each night it’s open, and we like what we see.
Thursdays mean UK star Tinie Tempah’s Disturbing Dubai, cross-genre BIZAAR on Fridays and the hip-hop and R&B night URBN.
A multiple past winner of our Club of the Year accolade, despite the influx of super-clubs to the Meydan area (Soho Garden, Drai’s and Toy Room) WHITE still manages to hold its own and hasn’t seen any dip in favour of the newbies.
It’s pumping, it’s packed and we love it. For a top night out, head to WHITE.
10 Oct 2018
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