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Emirates Hosted Dubai Brunch At The Dean Hotel Dublin: Social Pics


by IMAGE
14th Dec 2017

Celebrating the news that this week it carried its two millionth passenger between Dublin and Dubai, the world’s biggest international airline, Emirates, hosted a Dubai brunch at the Dean Hotel.

Head of Emirates in Ireland, Enda Corneille welcomed guests to the hotel’s Blue Room, which had been transformed into a Middle Eastern-inspired Bedouin complete with live Falcon, palm trees, beautiful fabrics and muslin drapes, Shisha Pipes and magical Arabic trinkets of coloured glass. Guests included Brent Pope, Holly Carpenter, Darren Kennedy, Deric Hartigan, Ciara O’Doherty, Rosie Connolly and Lynn Kelly, Cathy O Connor and Sean Munsanje.

Bringing a taste of Dubai to Dublin, guests were treated to an Arabic Mezze and enjoyed traditional desserts including Baklava and Turkish Delight.   A dessert trolley filled with sweet delicacies provided the ultimate temptation. In true Dubai brunch Style, Spin FM’s Martin Guilfoyle took to the decks and guests enjoyed a selection of drinks including mocktailsprosecco, fine wines and cocktails. 

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