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Your weekend hit list: New beach club, Nutella bar opens in capital, and more
New beach club in Dubai
Want to hit the beach this weekend? If you’re in Dubai, there’s a new club that has opened at Hilton Dubai Jumeirah that could be worth a visit. The Wavebreaker Beach Club offers plenty of spots to lounge around, along with a variety of sports for the family to enjoy, including beach volleyball and plenty of watersports. A day pass to this new spot costs from Dh120. For more details, check out www3.hilton.com.
Work out somewhere new
Energy Plus has just opened its doors at Al Forsan Village in the capital and it’s claiming to be the first “high-end fitness destination” in the area. So if you’re keen to get a workout in and want to try somewhere novel, this one could be worth breaking a sweat for. From what we hear, the gym offers fitness enthusiasts plenty of space to exercise and has all the usual equipment along with a boxing ring, functional training area and Olympic-sized swimming pool. Go to www.alforsanvillage.ae for details.
Get your Nutella fix
If you haven’t been to Abu Dhabi Mall in a while you might have missed one of its coolest new attractions – a Nutella bar. Yes, Nutella-lovers, the new Vox cinema that has taken up residence at the mall provides an even bigger incentive to catch the latest flick. Chocoholics will be in their element, just as they are in Dubai, where the brand has recently opened a cafe at the international airport. Go to www.voxcinemas.com for more information.
Make it to Meydan for brunch
If you’re looking for somewhere different to brunch this weekend, the season’s family brunch at Meydan Hotel is back from Friday. It’s packed with a huge choice of food – it’s a spread that will have you scoffing for hours as you enjoy the view over the famous racetrack. The Friday Family Brunch starts at 12.30pm and runs until 4pm. It costs Dh290 per person. For more, go to www.themeydanhotel.com/brunch.