Dubai’s revamped Al Dawaar revolving restaurant now open

360-degree revolving Hyatt Regency Dubai restaurant is back after a huge refurb

Dubai’s revamped Al Dawaar revolving restaurant now open
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Following a complete refurbishment, Al Dawaar, Dubai’s only revolving rooftop restaurant, located at the Hyatt Regency Dubai, has re-opened for business.

The extensive remodelling has seen the 25th-floor restaurant, which originally opened in 1980, take on a whole new colonial style that has completely transformed the space.

The chic new interiors make it the perfect spot to impress visitors, treat a loved one to a one-of-a-kind experience or even wow a business client, thanks to its stunning skyline views incorporating the Burj Khalifa as well as Old Dubai and the Creek.

The elegant new eatery serves its regular offering of international delicacies for Dhs179 excluding beverages at lunchtime, and Dhs199 excluding beverages for dinner. There’s also a fresh seafood buffet every Thursday from 7pm until midnight, priced at Dhs219 with unlimited soft drinks and Dhs319 including unlimited house beverages. Plus, there’s brunch every Friday from 12.30pm to 4pm, priced at Dhs199 including soft beverages, Dhs299 including house beverages and Dhs499 with bubbly.

And with two bars, one revolving and one stationary, it’s also the perfect spot for sundowners.

This is a great time to revisit the Hyatt Regency Dubai restaurant to see for yourself how much it has changed. And if you’ve never been before, what better time to book a table?

Open Sat-Wed 12.30pm-3.30pm, 7pm-11.30pm; Thu-Fri noon-midnight. Al Dawaar, Hyatt Regency Dubai, Deira (04 209 6914).

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