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Restaurant reservation prices skyrocket ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations

Abu Dhabi: Due to the fact that New Year’s Eve is only a few hours away, Dubai restaurant reservations offer tables at amazing prices ranging from 1,500 to 5,500 dirhams (Rs30,336 to Rs 1,11,232) per person.

Tourists and residents of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are rushing to book a last-minute restaurant in the area to witness a wonderful New Year’s Eve celebration.

“Gunaydin Dubai in Souq Al Bahar offers an outdoor table with views of Burj Khalifa, the package is Dirham 4,500-5,500 (Rs 91,041-11,11,232) per person, and only a few tables are available. Partially displayed. Tables range from 2,500 to 5,000 (Rs 50,578 to 1,01,156) dirhams, including set menus, “Khalej Times reported.

The Dubai Fountain Area is not available to restaurant guests who must book in advance and download from the U By Emaar app using a QR code to access the celebration.

Some restaurants will adopt a wristband system to distinguish customers sitting in different sections. Those with indoor seats at the Dubai Mall are not allowed to go to the outdoor balcony to see the fountain.

The restaurant implements COVID-19 safety measures and accommodates up to 56 people in an expanded outdoor area.

Prior to New Year’s Eve, Dubai police announced strict COVID-19 safety measures, including a fine for not wearing a face mask, Dirham 3,000 (Rs 60,694). A social distance of 2 meters is mandatory for open and closed spaces.

The countdown to NYE has begun. With a midnight stroke on December 31, bright fireworks, lights and lasers illuminate the night sky of downtown Dubai.

For NYE celebrations in Dubai, there are a total of 36 locations across the Emirates, including DSF Market in Al Seef, Dubai Festival City Mall, Global Village, Atlantis The Palm, Burj Al Arab, Emirates Golf Club, The Point and Dubai. The fireworks show will be held once. Frame and Town Square.

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