dining whats on Ring in a Dazzling Christmas and New Year at Lapita, Dubai Parks and Resorts, Autograph Collection Hotels
Ring in a Dazzling Christmas and New Year at Lapita, Dubai Parks and Resorts, Autograph Collection Hotels
Updated on 18 December 2018

Still haven’t decided where to eat this season? Don’t fret, we’ve got just the place for you! This Christmas and New Year, Dubai’s tropical address, Lapita, is upping the ante to become more magical than ever. Complete with magnificent live entertainment such as a Christmas choir, festive bubbly and curated menus, the festive season at Lapita combines traditional favourites with a Polynesian twist, and is the perfect place for a memorable day with the family.

Dining at Lapita is nothing short of a spectacle, when the chefs conjure up a glorious menu of scrumptious dishes that simply surpass expectations, from classic farm roast turkey to a decadent dessert station. Lapita is offering guests Christmas Eve dinner from 6.30-11pm at Dhs155 for adults and Dhs75 for kids and Christmas Day brunch from 1-4pm, starting at AED 295.

LAPITA hotel is the UAE’s only Pacific island-themed family resort and the only hotel located in Dubai Parks and Resorts, the region’s leading theme park destination. Every detail of LAPITA hotel is made with the magic of Polynesia in its soul and the spirit of ‘aloha’ in its service, transporting guests to a tropical island on arrival. From the thatched-roof to the bamboo-lined ceilings and tribal furnishings, every detail is authentic. With 504 rooms including 60 suites and three villas, five food and beverage outlets, two lagoon-style pools with a lazy river, spa and health club, plus an impressive kid’s club, Lapita is the perfect destination to make unforgettable memories with the family. 

For bookings, email at lapita.restaurantreservations@autographhotels.com or call at +971 4 810 9421

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