One to One Hotel – the Village in Abu Dhabi is celebrating the festive season with turkey and treats galore. Santa knocks The Village Club gates on 10th December 5pm. Celebrations this year include loads of fun, live entertainment, food and festivities for the young and old alike.
Celebrations start 10th December 2011 wihen the Christmas tree will be lit amid carollers, Santa, eggnog, and games and gifts for children.
A special Christmas Brunch menu is planned on the 25th at The Village Club, and take away Turkey carvings are available for purchase on the 24th & 25th of December. The Christmas and New Year's Eve celebration listing is as follows:
Xmas Day 25th December
Sumptuous Christmas Brunch at The Village Club combined with an entertaining evening full of activities for all.
Adults: AED 220net
Kids (5 – 12yrs) : AED 110 net
Kids (below 5yrs) eat for free
New Years Eve
Celeberate New Year’s eve and dance to the countdown at The Village Club, featuring Arabic style live entertainment such as belly dancing, dirbakkeh, keyboard player, Dj-singer, all lined up to entice you all night.
Entrance Fee (inclusive of Arabic set menu)
Adults: AED250net , Kids (below 5years) eat for free
Gate opens at 10pm.
The above rates are inclusive of 10% service charge and 6% tourism fee
For New Year’s reservations please call 050 8003227 and for more information call +9712 4952000.
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