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Enjoy Christmas Delights and New Year's at Business Hotel in Dubai
Holiday Dining Events Include Evening Specials Throughout December

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES -- (Marketwire) -- 11/12/12 -- It's a month filled with Christmas culinary delights at one of the premier 4 star hotels in Dubai, as guests can allow their taste buds to revel in the excitement of exciting menus, while enjoying magnificent views of the Dubai Marina and Palm Jumeirah.

Throughout the month of December the prestigious Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel and Suites is decking the halls with holiday dining specials at its two international restaurants, offering guests the opportunity to choose from 360 degree views of Dubai and Palm Jumeirah from The Observatory or remarkable Marina vistas from the AZ.U.R. restaurant.

The culinary masters of these Dubai Marina restaurants have created a festive 4 course set menu that will be offered each evening at both establishments, 1-30 December 2012. With rates starting at just AED 300 per person, guests can choose from the stylish, high energy atmosphere of The Observatory located on the 52nd floor of this impressive business hotel in Dubai or partake of cosmopolitan views and the opportunity for al fresco dining at the vibrant AZ.U.R. Serving of the Christmas Delights menu starts at 5 p.m. in both restaurants and continues until to 10:30pm in AZ.U.R and 11pm in The Observatory. Cost of the meal for children aged 6-12 years is AED 150.

In addition to this exciting month of fine Christmas delights, chefs have created a lavish spread for Christmas Day brunch at The Observatory. Guests can indulge in an endless offering of festive dishes including roast turkey and all the trimmings, Christmas pudding, stollen and a crêpe station with plenty to appease even the heartiest of holiday appetites. Celebrating Christmas Day in an elegant setting with spectacular 360 degree views of the city; this is a dining event that could easily become a beloved family tradition. The Christmas Day brunch is priced at AED 650 per person including house beverages; AED 450 per person including soft beverages and AED 300 for children 6-12. You can also toast to good times on New Year's Eve at The Observatory for AED 1200 per person or ring in the New Year admiring the Dubai Marina at AZ.U.R. with a 4 course meal for AED 350 per person including soft beverages (AED 150 for children). Regardless of your New Year's Eve choice, be ready to indulge at Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites.

Treat yourself or a special someone this festive season at Saray Spa for only AED 325. Enjoy a 90 minute treatment starting with a coffee body scrub and body wrap, followed by a facial with a cranberry cleanser. Make use of the steam, sauna, jacuzzi and swimming pool, and enjoy complimentary mint tea, dates and chocolates in the relaxation lounge.

Early reservations may be made by calling The Observatory at +971 4 319 4795 and a full view of the festive menu may be found at restaurants.dubaimarriottharbourhotel.com.

About the Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites

The Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites is set majestically amidst the Dubai Marina, Media City and Emaar Business Park, providing both corporate and leisure travelers with exceptional lodging whether looking for overnight or long-term accommodations. Offering a fully equipped Dubai fitness center, the Saray Spa and three dining options, the hotel with its extensive offering of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment suites is located just 30 minutes from Dubai International Airport and just a 10-minute walk from Dubai Marina, Yacht Club and Marina Mall.

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