How To Celebrate The Royal Wedding In Dubai

Dana Mortada   |   15 - 05 - 2018

Didn’t receive a Royal Wedding invite? Join the celebrations with our top pick of the best places to soak up the British spirit in Dubai.

 

Join other Royal Family fans and watch as Meghan Markle walks down the aisle to wed Prince Harry on May 19. Windsor may seem far away, but with heavily themed events across Dubai, you’ll feel like you’re there (well, almost).

 

Rhodes W1 at Grosvenor House, Marina

Enjoy one of the finest afternoon teas in the city at the Rhodes W1 restaurant at Grosvenor House. Dig into the buttered crumpets and traditional scones as you watch the live broadcast of the happy occasion.

 

Reform Social & Grill, The Lakes

What would you wear if you were invited to attend the Royal Wedding? Well stop thinking about it and dress your very best for celebrations at the Reform Social & Grill. There will be prizes for the best dressed and a very British menu to indulge in.

 

Al Fayrooz at Jumeirah Al Qasr

For impressive views and a royal setting Dubai-style, look no further than Al Fayrooz at Jumeirah Al Qasr. Presenting an elegant take on an afternoon tea, enjoy the relaxing atmosphere as you watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make their vows.

 

DUKES Dubai, Palm Jumeirah

Ladies, get your Philip Treacy hats ready while the gents can polish off their morning suits for what seems to be the most stylish celebration at DUKES Hotel Dubai. Enjoy a vast brunch and then watch the wedding in the hotel’s St James Suite. We think the Queen would approve.

 

The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, JBR

Sophistication just about sums up the celebratory mood at the The Ritz-Carlton, JBR. Expect white-gloved waiters to serve you their finest afternoon tea with traditional mini sandwiches such as coronation chicken along with a bakewell tart and scones with Cornish clotted cream and jams. If that wasn’t enough, there will also be their version of the Royal Wedding cake.

 

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