Dubai will welcome a sleek new lounge this summer

ATTIKO will soon join Sunset Hospitality Group’s growing portfolio.

If DREAM and SUSHISAMBA are proof, Sunset Hospitality Group sets the bar when it comes to all things nightlife in Dubai – but its reign is just getting started. Celebrating its ten-year anniversary, the group continues to grow, with plans to increase its portfolio to over 50 operating venues and extend its footprint to 14 countries by the end of 2022. As for what’s on the horizon? ATTIKO.


A sleek rooftop lounge, the new concept promises to be high-energy and happening. We’re told that the upscale venue will boast striking views of the city, making it a breathtaking location for sundowners and late-night gatherings. Here, guests can enjoy tasty bites and drinks in a vibrant atmosphere, with tunes spun by live DJs and energetic music setting the mood. Scheduled for a Q2 opening, ATTIKO is gearing up to serve imaginative cuisine that features a curated selection of modern and classic Pan-Asian dishes and an extensive menu of hops, grapes, and creative handcrafted cocktails.


Incidentally, ATTIKO means ‘the attic’ and, as the name suggests, the venue is aptly located at the rooftop of the W Dubai – Mina Seyahi, a great spot to catch sunset and capture the city’s iconic skyline. The 600-square-metre space will feature foliage aplenty, floor-to-ceiling windows, interiors accented with contemporary design elements, and a large outdoor terrace with incredible panoramic views.


Antonio Gonzalez, CEO of Sunset Hospitality Group, says: “We are pleased to announce the addition of ATTIKO to our growing lifestyle portfolio. This signature outlet is equipped with key elements for guests to experience the true meaning of having a great time. ATTIKO is about the view, food, music, and high-energy vibe. It will be the best go-to rooftop destination for guests looking to unwind and celebrate life.”

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A textbook third culture kid with a perpetual thirst for adventure, Samia Qaiyum specialises in travel and culture, having lived in five countries and travelled to 34 others – just don't ask her to define the word 'home'.

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