Last weekend was spent in the heart of the capital city, Abu
Dhabi. We booked a Junior Suite at 5-star hotel Millenium Al Wahda. The hotel
is located in the midst of the city, offering a great vantage point of urban
life. A large, modern structure with Arabesque detailing, the hotel is
conjoined with Al Wahda Mall and the residential side of Millenium Al Wahda.
Being an expert at getting lost with Google Maps, I drove
into the residential side of the hotel yet the valet was kind enough to accept
my car there. We dropped our luggage at the concierge, and headed to the hotel
lobby to check in.
There seems to be a raise of a new genre of Indian dining in Dubai. Taking cues from the Insta-friendly requirements of millennials and combining it with the nostalgic vibes of Bollywood that transcends generations, we have a brand-new dining destination for Indian funk, fusion food and live entertainment.
Located on the lobby level of Grand Millennium Dubai (Barsha Heights) is Hitchki, which is Hindi for ‘hiccup’. Urban legend has it that when you hiccup, someone who loves you is remembering you. Hitchki is about all things nostalgic, yet quirky enough to have a name that resonates as ‘new age’.