An art class during iftar, a relaxing spa treatment and a great pool day deal…

Another week is upon us and with Ramadan in full swing, its a great time to try your hand at a new activity or take some time to relax, with some fantastic deals on offer.

Here’s our pick of 8 things to do in Dubai this week.

Sunday May 19

1. Bounce yourself happy

Bounce is great fun – whether you’re looking to get some exercise or just be a big kid for the day. During Ramadan, the Al Quoz facility is offering a two-hour pass for Dhs120 when you come with family and friends. There are also extended opening hours at the moment so you can bounce as late as 12am.

BOUNCE, Building #32, 4B Street, Al Quoz 1, Dubai, daily 12pm to 12am, super pass Dhs120. Tel: (04) 321 1400.

2. Treat yourself to some R&R

The month of Ramadan is often a chance for people to take a little bit of time for self-care. And if you head to Park Hyatt Dubai, home to the luxurious Amara Spa, you can take advantage of the ‘Spirit of Arabia’ treatment for Dhs695. The 120-minute treatment includes an invigorating scrub and a soothing herbal compress massage. Go on, treat yourself.

Amara Spa, Park Hyatt, Dubai Creek, Dubai, daily 9am to 10pm, Dhs695. Tel: (04) 602 1660.

Monday May 20

3. Try a brand new menu

Burger & Lobster have just introduced a new menu (alongside old favourites), extending their menu to way more than just a burger or lobster. From The B&L Burger bombs to the lobster pomegranate salad, we’re sure you’ll find something to suit your fancy.

Burger & Lobster, Burj Daman Building, 312 Al Sa’ada St, Dubai, Sat to Wed 12pm to 12am, Thurs & Fri 12pm to 2am. Tel: (04) 514 8838.

4. Take advantage of a fabulous pool offer

In a bid to beat the summer heat, Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort and Spa are offering an awesome pool offer. Every day of the week, you can enjoy the hotels pools, beaches and acres of green grass for Dhs150 per person. Even better, that amount is redeemable on food and drinks, valid until 6pm.

Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort and Spa, Dubai, daily 8am to 8pm, adults Dhs150, children ages 4-12 Dhs75. Tel: (04) 275 4900.

Tuesday May 21

5. Enjoy iftar and an art class

Fancy getting creative? Italian restaurant BiCE are offering a special iftar on Tuesday May 21 where, alongside trying beautiful Italian dishes, you’ll get to paint your own masterpiece with a class run by award-winning artist Gemma Gallagher.

Design and Dine at BiCE, BiCE Ristorante, Hilton Dubai Jumeirah, Dubai, from sunset Dhs275. Tel: (04) 318 2520.

6. Ladies’ night with a twist

Wavehouse are offering a fantastic alternative to your usual ladies’ night. Every Tuesday evening from 8pm to 1am, you’ll get 50 per cent off bowling, free access to Surf’s Up wave machine and credit for gaming at Levels to the amount of Dhs100. Grab your girls and do something different this Tuesday.

Wavehouse, Atlantis The Palm, Tuesdays, 8pm to 1am. Tel: (04) 426 2626.

Wednesday May 22

7. Try a vegan iftar

Trader Vics has now introduced a number of tasty vegan dishes to its iftar menu. Must-try dishes include khao soi noodles, red Thai curry and ‘coconut fire rice’, which are all available for iftar and a la carte.

Trader Vics, Hilton Dubai Jumeirah, JBR, Dubai, Sun to Wed 5pm to 3am, Thurs to Sat 4pm to 3am. Tel: (04) 318 2530.

8. Catch a game

If your idea of a perfect evening is heading down to a British-style pub to watch the game, then try The Rose & Crown. They show all sports matches every day with eight big screens including a projector – meaning they can play a number of different games at a time.

The Rose & Crown Dubai, The Atrium at Al Habtoor City, Dubai, daily 11am to 2am. Tel: (04) 437 0022.

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