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Opening deals at Desert Palm

DUBAI - Per AQUUM is pleased to announce the opening of the Polo Rooms at Desert Palm. These multi-function rooms divide into five separate meeting spaces for more intimate gatherings or can be combined into one room for up to 300 people - perfect for both high-powered corporate retreats and smaller exclusive events. A dedicated team is on hand to tailor each occasion whether it is a wedding, birthday, product launch, regional meeting, annual conference or society ball.

 

Menus are customized to guest preferences, ranging from a sit-down formal meal with silver service, or a buffet with live cooking stations. The team can also arrange group activities including myriad desert options, high-adrenaline adventures, live entertainment or more laid-back excursions, diversions and fringe activities.

 

The Polo Rooms have been outfitted with state-of-the-art audio visual technology including ceiling- mounted LCD projectors and screens, a fully-equipped business center, complimentary Wi-Fi and discreet IT support on standby.

Those who enjoy polo are also in for a treat as this exhilarating game is played daily on one of the four championship courses on the estate between October and May. Smaller incentive groups can even sign up for a stick and ball lesson, which is perfect for team building event during the polo season. Camel polo can also be arranged.

 

Desert Palm offers 38 suites and villas for guests who wish to extend their stay and enjoy the extensive LIME Spa featuring Anne Semonin and Eve Lom beauty brands, award-winning restaurants Rare and Epicure and the shisha terrace for chilled-out evenings.

 

Daily Delegate Rates start from AED 250 per person.  With our opening promotion, receive one delegate package complimentary for every 10 paying delegates.

 

To book your event, please call Desert Palm on +971 (0) 4 323 8888

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