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Lobby Level, Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa Area , Downtown

+97145269319
Description

Launched by fashion icon Giorgio Armani, Armani Privé is one of the chicest new venues to hit Dubai.  Exuding in exclusivity, elegance and excellence, this high end VIP lounge envisages a new, luxurious clubbing experience concept.  Its slick, smooth black and white décor encompasses a lounge area, bar and dance floor where one can dance away into the early hours.  For anyone is looking for complete clubbing experience en vogue, Armani Privé Dubai is the place to be.  

Launched by fashion icon Giorgio Armani, Armani Privé is one of the chicest new venues to hit Dubai.  Exuding in exclusivity, elegance and excellence, this high end VIP lounge envisages a new, luxurious clubbing experience concept.  Its slick, smooth black and white décor encompasses a lounge area, bar and dance floor where one can dance away into the early hours.  For anyone is looking for complete clubbing experience en vogue, Armani Privé Dubai is the place to be.  

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Specialties:

  • Finger Food
  • Luxury Views
  • Cocktail
  • Full Bar Available
  • Drinking Age Applicable
  • Ladies Night
  • Indoor Seating
  • Table Booking Recommended
  • Wifi Available
  • DJ
  • Ambience

Door Policies:

  • Smart Casual Dress Code
  • Smart Elegant Dress Code
  • The legal drinking age is 21 years, and all bars and nightclubs have strict procedures for checking valid IDs for age proof. Kindly carry you visa copy.
  • For visitors, a passport or visa copy is the best form of identification while for residents of the U.A.E it's the Emirates ID
  • Dubai has absolutely no tolerance for drinking and driving.
  • There are no wine shops available in Dubai. However, one can go consume alcohol at pubs and bars with the adequate liquor licenses
  • While entering Dubai one can purchase 4 litres of alcohol from the Dubai Duty Free
  • Most clubs in Dubai start filling up after 10 p.m. and are open till 3 a.m.
  • Bars and pubs usually close earlier around 1 a.m.
  • During Ramadan, most clubs across UAE are shut and few which function do not play music, and are only open for bar sales.