Get 30 per cent off at Saray Spa: This November, guests can nab a 30 per cent discount on some of their favourite treatments. Each booking also grants guests access to the indoor relaxation areas, showers, steam room, sauna and jacuzzi.
Facials from Dhs225, massages from Dhs300. Until November 30. Saray Spa, Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites, Dubai Marina (04 319 4630).
View Palestinian art at Meem Gallery: Check out this group show featuring artists including Nabil Anani, Tayseer Barakat and Sliman Mansour, who reflect on the occupation of Palestine and the Arab Spring.
Until November 11. Meem Gallery, Umm Suqeim Road, Al Quoz (04 347 7883).
Bento boxes at Z:One: Order an array of Pan Asian-inspired bento boxes to sate those Japanese cravings.
Prices from Dhs32. 11am-6pm. Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City, email@example.com (04 427 1000).
Dinner and tango dancing at Asado: Asado captures the fire and passion of Argentina every Sunday with an evening of traditional food and optional tango lessons and performances. The evening begins with a three-course summer menu.
Dhs222. From 7pm (tango starts at 9.30pm). The Palace, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3828).
Celebrate Eid at the pantomime: Enjoy the festive celebrations by taking the family to Al Qasba on Sharjah’s waterfront to watch this charming UK production of Little Red Riding Hood. Like all great pantomimes, this one features a good fairy, and the wicked wolf eventually learns a few well-chosen lessons. The show boasts a professional cast of British actors in an 80-minute-long performance.
Dhs50 per person. Performances daily 4pm and 7pm. Until November 8. Al Qasba waterfront, Sharjah (06 556 0777).