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Chillout Ice Loungein Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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This amazing place is a real ice kingdom and a hideout from the heat where you can enjoy an exotic cocktail.
Chillout Ice Lounge, Dubai
Chillout Ice Lounge is a chance to feel winter coolness amidst the extreme heat of Dubai. The Ice Lounge is a real marvel: everything is thought out very thoroughly, from the interior design to the additional services for the visitors, such as providing warm clothes and footwear, for example.

There's also a pleasant surprise for every visitor of the lounge: a free drink and a fancy cake.

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Don't be surprised, when a waiter offers you a meal in an ice dish and suggests you to sit down on an ice sofa. This is what the Ice Lounge is special for.

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Location: Times Square Ctr., Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Qouz

Open hours

Saturday - Wednesday from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm, Thursday - Friday с 10:00 am to 00:00 am

Contacts

Phone: +971 4 341 8121

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