Buddha-Bar Beach is set to open later this year at The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi, bringing Pan-Asian cuisine, cocktails, and unforgettable music to the capital.
The day-to-night destination will be the fourth of its kind in the world and the first one to be as a permanent destination. ‘Seasonal’ venues appeared this summer in Baku and on swanky Greek islands Santorini and Mykonos.
“We are really proud to bring Buddha-Bar Beach concept to Abu Dhabi. The new exotic concept will go beyond expectations, offering signature sounds and fabulous food in a stunning setting with world-class beach and pool facilities. It is an enticing proposition for sophisticated guests and residents who love fine dining, music, and modern design,” said Marwan Fadel, Hotel Manager of The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi.
The Buddha-Bars worldwide are celebrated for their distinctive energy and unforgettable atmosphere. Since 1996, when the very first Buddha-Bar opened in Paris, they have attracted global influencers and celebrities from around the globe.
Buddha-Bar Beach takes the urban brand al fresco and will be open from morning until late. Maestro mixologists will concoct exquisite cocktails to complement its gastronomic treats, which blend Japanese, Thai, and other Asian flavors with Mediterranean flair. Buddha-Bar DJs will provide the perfect musical soundtrack to an unforgettable Abu Dhabi experience, complete with culinary events, guests DJs, and nightly entertainment and performers.
“Renowned for its exhilarating fusion of adventurous food, exotic interiors, and signature Buddha-Bar music, the venue is sure to become the most exciting lifestyle destination Abu Dhabi has seen for some time,” said Nabil Souhail, Vice President-Business Development & Operations for the Middle East, Africa and Asia at Buddha-Bar.
Resting on pristine sands affording panoramic views of the sea, the exquisite luxurious St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi attracts a savvy, sophisticated clientele. Buddha-Bar Beach is anticipated to be a major draw, attracting UAE residents as well as international travelers.