The luxurious new beach club will debut at Dubai Harbour on 28 October.
Pumpkin lattes, falling leaves, chunky sweaters — the many nuances that make autumn so appealing may not resonate with us, but the silver lining is that it’s officially beach club season. And true to form, there’s a swanky new one to look forward to: Be Beach. Located in the heart of Dubai Harbour, a seafront district at the intersection of Palm Jumeirah and Bluewaters Island, the day-to-night beach club is set to open on Saturday, 28 October.
Co-conceived by the visionary minds of Addmind Hospitality and Sekoya Management, Be Beach promises an extraordinary fusion of music, upscale relaxation, and culinary artistry set against the backdrop of the city skyline. An opulent beach club where the spirit of the beach marries the charm of the coast, it will bring together elements of rhythm, relaxation and revelry.
As it welcomes guests later this month, Be Beach will reveal a whole host of amenities — think: a sprawling pool, incredible seascape vistas, day beds, cabanas, an upscale restaurant, and a vibrant bar. With a design narrative of elegance, the venue is furnished with swaying palm trees, warm earthy tones, and wood accents, all beneath the watchful gaze of Ain Dubai. DJs, meanwhile, will set the stage for daytime lounging and electrifying night-time soirées, during which house music will take centre stage.
We’re told that a star-studded line-up of world-renowned DJs in the realm of house, dance, and electronic music will make an appearance. The likes of Damian Lazarus, Sven Vath, Lee Burridge, Serge Devant, WhoMadeWho, Luciano, Laolu, Valeron, Rony Seikaly, Satori, Caiiro, and innovative music label Cosmic Awakening are just the beginning. Beyond its distinctive leisure and entertainment experiences, the beach club will also bring with it a distinct culinary offering. Spearheaded by Group Executive Chef Carlos De Los Mozos, its team of chefs are not only culinary artists, but also storytellers who will craft dishes that echo the venue’s coastal heritage.