Chill Lounge a hit in Dubai
Dubai, January 17, 2009
Chill Lounge, a chic rooftop oasis in the heart of Bur Dubai’s bustling business district, has become the talk of Dubai by offering respite, relaxation and entertainment as clients enjoy unobstructed sweeping views of both the breathtaking modern Dubai skyline and the contrasting backdrop of old town Dubai.
“We are delighted with the response the venue has had in the last four weeks, especially as each component of Chill has appealed to the clients who are have become regulars at the venue in a short period of time,” said outlet manager of Chill Lounge Ben McBride.
“Our evening soirees are unparalleled with our carefully selected choice of music, cuisine, the option of a soothing foot massage, WiFi and shisha all combined with a warm friendly ambience that creates an unobtrusive sanctuary specially adapted for the discerning clients of Dubai.”
Located at The Royal Ascot Hotel, the rooftop hideaway has rapidly become the favorite escape of the city’s socialites as well as offering an exceptional corporate venue with facilities such as a state of the art sound system, projection capabilities, a DJ booth and an ability to meet any catering demand.
Chill Lounge is designed by the acclaimed Dubai based interior designer Roia Jabari (Chi & Keva). Whilst working with natural materials such as slate tiles, teak accents, bamboo, and an abundance of lush foliage, Jabari has created the feeling of having stumbled into a hidden grotto or a welcoming oasis that invigorates the senses and conveys the mood of this truly unique setting.
The terrace, sprinkled with sprawling day beds and seats offers languid early evening cocktails, free internet access, reflexology and a menu that offers a variety of dishes cooked on an open charcoal grill with a soundtrack of soul, funk and acid jazz from DJ Venus that sets the ambience for a casual, relaxed sundowner experience.
Chill Lounge is no doubt the ultimate venue to unwind after work, avoid the traffic, unravel the stresses, and sooth the tension of the day’s hectic, Dubai lifestyle. – TradeArabia News Service
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