A Valentine's date on a helipad.
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ABU DHABI – For guests with a taste for adventure, St. Regis Abu Dhabi’s Helipad Sunset Supper offers the perfect opportunity to experience dinner at 255 meters up in the air, on the highest active helipad in Middle East.
The daring ones will witness the most amazing sunset views overlooking Qasr Al Watan and the magical Arabian Gulf.
From the very start, guests are greeted from the grand lobby of the St. Regis Abu Dhabi. A welcome glass of Louis Roederer awaits at the signature St. Regis Bar as guests are guided through the discreet back hallways where a private elevator will bring them to the helipad.
There, they can enjoy the most breath-taking atmosphere and panoramic views of the city. On the menu are delectable hors d’oeuvres, a tasteful selection of international cheeses in addition to three premium red and white grapes and hops or innovative gin cocktails.
The Helipad Sunset Supper with drinks costs Dh750.
On February 19, up to 20 guests an enjoy signature afternoon tea takes place at the highest active helipad in the Middle East.
A tea sommelier will present a rich collection of over 20 brews and guided by guest’s preference and choice, will concoct a personalized blend in front of the guests.
The experience is heightened by an exquisite collection of canapés, and appetizers with each featuring a sensational flavour. The experience is complimented by a wide selection of freshly basked scones and mouth-watering desserts. The Helipad Afternoon Tea costs Dh650. PR/Expat Media
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