Dubai Marina brunch prices slashed

Limited deals on brunch at Dubai’s Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites

Dubai Marina brunch prices slashed

Looking for brunch in Dubai? Of course you are. How about a great offer for good measure?

Look no further.

Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites in Dubai Marina has launched huge discounts on two of its Friday brunches – Sky High Brunch at Observatory Bar & Grill and Brunch Nation at The Croft.

Located on the 52nd floor of the five-star hotel, Observatory Bar & Grill offers incredible views of Dubai Marina and the Palm Jumeirah alongside a huge spread of dishes and live cooking stations, with a selection feature everything from grilled meats to fresh seafood, plus specially concocted mixed drinks. It’s a brilliant spot for visitors, and until April 30, the price is Dhs300 including selected beverages, rather than the usual Dhs450.

Meanwhile, at British gastropub The Croft, tuck into food from around the world including Indian curries, Asian dim sum and European classics such as fish and chips, all served to your table. Sit out on the terrace to enjoy a few sundowners post-brunch and soak up the relaxed atmosphere and Marina views. Until April 30, the price of brunch is just Dhs250 per person including selected beverages, instead of the usual Dhs399.

To secure yourself the reduced price at either outlet, just make sure you quote “My Harbour” when booking your brunch.

What are you waiting for? It’s time to start saving some cash.
The Observatory: Dhs300 per person. Fri 12.30pm-3pm. The Croft: Dhs250 per person. Fri 12.30pm-3.30pm. Until April 30, 2018. Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites, Dubai Marina (04 319 4000).

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