A new brunch tradition begins here at Armani Hotel Dubai
Welcome to brunch the way it should be, with a choice of two signature Armani experiences starting this September.
Stay true to our Italian roots at Armani/Deli with a North to South culinary expedition that celebrates the best of the country’s coastal communities and fertile valleys with antipasti, fresh seafood, live pasta and risotto stations, and traditional cold cuts. Or make it a relaxed family affair at Armani/Mediterraneo with an international buffet that travels from southern Europe to the Levant and beyond, complete with a dedicated kids section and live entertainment.
Date: Every Friday starting September
Time: Armani/Deli – 4pm to 9pm, Armani/Mediterraneo – 12.30 to 4pm
Price: AED 290 per person including soft drinks; AED 390 per person including select hard beverages; AED 490 per person including a bottle of sparkling grape
Location: Armani/Deli & Armani/Mediterraneo, Burj Khalifa
For reservations or enquiries, call +97148883666 or email email@example.com
The Western Union Company (NYSE: WU) and Liverpool FC today announced a multi-year partnership that will see Western Union, a leader in global payment and money transfer services, become an Official Principal Partner and the Official Money Transfer Partner of Liverpool FC. They will also become the Club’s first-ever Official Shirt Sleeve Sponsor – with the Western Union logo appearing on LFC shirt sleeves.
As the official Money Transfer Partner of Liverpool FC, Western Union will use its global cross-border digital transfer and payments platform to provide money transfer capabilities to the club. Western Union will offer fast, easy digital payments and money transfers for Liverpool Football Club and its fans, linking them to their home communities or to virtually anywhere in the world.
Thousands of UAE citizens, residents and visitors today helped set a new Guinness World Record for the longest line of photographs ever gathered.
The record-breaking line of photographs measures 1655.192 meters (i.e. more than 1.5km) long, and is on display in the atrium of Dubai Festival City. Thousands of UAE citizens, residents and visitors took part in the attempt, which was part of a partnership campaign between Procter & Gamble and Carrefour, which is operated by Majid Al Futtaim.