BRUNCH IN THE CLOUDS
in the World’s Highest Suspended Suite
Next Available Date: 27th April
The St. Regis Abu Dhabi
is unveiling the Abu Dhabi Suite
the World’s Highest Suspended Suite, for an exclusive brunch journey that explores the bedrooms, a cinema full of candy, a caviar ice bar and mixologist on demand, spa and two-floor majlis.
The suite spans between the UAE capital’s Nation Towers on the 48th and 49th floors.
The journey, exclusively for 50 diners on the last Friday of each month, commences in the hotel’s grand Reception Hall where guests are met by one of the hotel’s butlers who will escort them to the Abu Dhabi Suite’s private elevator.
Upon arrival at the Abu Dhabi Suite, guests will be free to explore the 1,120 square metre suite.
Journeying through the suite, guests will discover exquisite culinary delights in each room; from a cinema full of candy, a dedicated cheese and dessert room, a caviar ice-bar, an oyster room, roaming chef stations and of course, a private bar equipped with the hotel’s top mixologists.
For a break between tasting, guests can sojourn to the suite’s private spa for shoulder massages by therapists from the hotel’s Remède Spa and for the ladies, manicures by the hotel’s Sisters Beauty Lounge
Expect atmospheric entertainment, an array of sophisticated jazzand popular classics with live vocals and guitar from Jolene Duo.
Brunch in the Clouds is exclusively for adults over 21 years.
Available at AED650 with soft drinks per person or AED900 with bubbly per person.
The price includes 10% service charge, 6% tourism fee, 4% municipality fee and 5% VAT
Reservations may be made by calling +97126944553 or emailing email@example.com.
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One of my favourite SPG hotels with many return visits. Love the beach club and cocktail happy hour in the St Regis bar. Unfortunately a big problem on the last stay. The Catch restaurant at the beach now doubles as a nightclub open until 3am - the noise in our sea facing room was so loud and unbearable my wife had to move room at 2am to get some sleep before an early start that morning.
The hotel management must address this noise issue.