Take dining up a level in an elevator at Dubai's Jumeirah Emirates Towers

Jumeirah Emirates Towers guests can choose between two packages, one of which includes a being collected in a Rolls-Royce
Take dining up a level in an elevator at Dubai's Jumeirah Emirates Towers
As part of its ‘90 ways’ campaign to highlight different activities across its hotels, hospitality giant Jumeirah is offering visitors a chance to dine in one of Jumeirah Emirates Towers’ famous glass elevators.
By Lubna Hamdan
Wed 08 Aug 2018 10:46 AM

As part of its ‘90 ways’ campaign to highlight different activities across its hotels, hospitality giant Jumeirah is offering visitors a chance to dine in one of Jumeirah Emirates Towers’ famous glass elevators.

Guests can choose between two packages, the first of which includes a five course menu for $1,090 (AED4,000), and the second which includes a being collected in a Rolls-Royce, a room night at the hotel and a spa treatment for two at $1,500 (AED5,500). A bottle of bubbly can be added to both packages for $190 (AED700).

The elevator will stop at different levels for difference courses, but will remain at the same floor during each meal. Its glass structures allows diners to enjoy panoramic views of Dubai’s skyline.

The experience can be booked starting 7pm. Guests can reserve via telephone +971 4 432 3232 or email at restaurants@jumeirah.com.

Jumeirah’s ’90 ways’ campaign also includes a masterclass hosted by the Master Butcher at The Rib Room in Jumeirah Emirates Towers. It includes a three course lunch for $88 (AED325) per person.

Other options include a Spanish paella cooking class at Al Hambra, Jumeirah Al Qasr for $50 (AED180) per person.

Burj Al Arab is also offering an hour long mixology class at Gold on 27 from $108 (AED399) person, to create signature drinks inspired of “the legacy of Dubai”.

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