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Easter Brunch at JW Marriot Hotel

We celebrated Easter Sunday and our 7 yrs wedding anniversary at JW Marriot Hotel. Dad’s company was one of the few companies that was on holiday that day, we were fortunate to be able to hear mass and celebrate Easter with our closest friends.

Easter Sunday Brunch, JW Marriot Hotel Dubai

Most of the hotels here in Dubai had Easter brunch activity scheduled on a Saturday since Sunday is the start of work week here. We agreed to book an Easter brunch at The Market Place of JW Marriot Hotel. Brunch cost 300 Aed and we can use our Entertainer voucher of Buy 1 buffet and get 1 free, so that makes 150 each person, a good deal.

Three of it’s restaurants – Bamboo Lagoon, The Market Place and Hofbräuhaus participated in the Easter celebration, which means that for 300 aed you can cross over to all restaurants to enjoy the food they offer.

JWMarriotEasterBrunch

The Market Place offered a lot of seafood choices, I kept going back to get some oysters, shrimps, and mussels. Bamboo Lagoon specializes in Asian cuisine, noodle soup and duck rolls were yummy. Hofbräuhaus had a whole roasted baby pig that immediately caught the men’s attention, not all hotels/restaurants here have license to serve pork.

Chocolate Cake JW Marriot Hotel

We were really happy with how the staff took care of us, we didn’t have to call their attention to have our drinks refilled and for plates to be cleared up. JW Marriot staff who kept the kids entertained at Town Square anticipated what each little guests need, special thanks to the kind lady (forgot to get her name) who helped me take care of V when he had an ouchie tummy.

According to V, the balloon drop was the perfect end to our Easter celebration.

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Easter Sunday Brunch, JW Marriot Hotel Dubai
Total Bill: 660 Aed (300 adult, 60 (6yrs & above), free for kids under 6yrs)
Diners: 4 Adults & 2 kids.
Saved 600 Aed with the use of Entertainer voucher.


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