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Sugarmash

Sugarmash

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Polynesian cuisine, Sugarmash is a pool bar. Located next to Jumeirah Al Naseem’s adults swimming pool, Sugarmash is a hub for great food. Guests can relish the island style preferences avail offer include include a wide range of exotic cocktails and classics such as ceviche.

This poolbar is named after the process of making rum from sugarcane, Sugarmash serves drinks with flair and fresh food. Sugarmash also showcases the Aloha spirit in its sophisticated ambience and elaborate menu.

The cuisine of Hawaii incorporates five distinct styles

of food with the diverse food history of the Hawaiian Islands. In the pre-contact period of Ancient Hawaii, Polynesian voyagers brought plants and animals to the Islands. Polynesian cuisine offers a variety of specialities, mostly based on seafood and exotic fruit, with French and Chinese influences. Dishes infuse the use of relatively few spices and often include coconut milk, ginger, lime, vanilla or tamarind.

Jumeirah Al Naseem opened its doors on 1 December 2016, bringing a contemporary architectural feature to its sister properties within Madinat Jumeirah Resort. The final chapter of the multi-award winning Madinat Jumeirah – ‘the Arabian Resort of Dubai’ – also marks the completion of Jumeirah Group’s transformation of two kilometres of coastline into a major tourist destination.

This process began in 1997 with the opening of Jumeirah Beach Hotel and continued with the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah and Madinat Jumeirah.

Arabic for ‘sea breeze’, the name ‘Al Naseem’ offers both the unrivalled beach location of the hotel and the exceptional design of the guest rooms and hotel features, which evokes a sense of calm and relaxation. Jumeirah Al Naseem is located close to the water that the sounds of the sea reach guest rooms, open terraces and outdoor restaurants.

The adult only pool – Sugarmash is surrounded by rooms with direct pool access. 

Purpose built turtle lagoon for rehabilitating critically endangered turtles is also available. They have seven restaurants and bars linked by the Arabian Explorer theme. Four restaurants have been given to third-party partners and surround the turtle lagoon, creating a mini-social hub within the hotel’s grounds: New York favourite Black Tap, which offers artisan burgers and shakes; Il Borro Tuscan Bistro Dubai, the first outpost of Il Borro in Tuscany, which is an estate owned by the Ferragamo family; the Philippe Starck-designed Japanese Katsuya and the popular Dubai-grown brand Flamingos by Tasha’s. The restaurants are ready to welcome guests.

Adults-only Pool Area at Jumeirah Al Naseem Sugarmash follows Casual (Beach attire allowed) as dress code. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT SUGARMASH IS EXCLUSIVELY FOR RESIDENT GUESTS.

Hours:

Daily: 09:00 – 20:00

Contact: Sugarmash Jumeirah Al Naseem Jumeira Road, Umm Suqeim 3 Dubai – United Arab Emirates. Tel.: +971 4 366 6318, +971 4 432 3232 Web: www.jumeirah.com

Photo courtesy: www.jumeirah.com

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