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Chillout Ice Lounge

Times Square Center 4b St | Ground Level inside Times Square Center, Dubai 115787, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 341 8121
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The Chillout Ice Lounge, created by Sharaf Hospitality, is the first ice lounge in the Middle East, launched in 2007, the ice lounge had a major refurbishment in July 2014. The Middle East's first sub-zero lounge is decorated with ice sculptures, unique seating and illuminated interiors. All are maintained within a -6 degree Celsius environment, providing an icy escape that makes for a memorable chill out experience. There are hot drink options to help guests banish the icy chill and a variety of classic hot meals on offer. Once visitors arrive they are given thermal clothing to keep themselves warm in the minus six degrees. This comprises of a hooded parka (a heavy jacket), woollen gloves, shoes and socks, if required. Visitors are advised to spend a few minutes in the 'buffer zone' area to get acclimatized. The temperature in the buffer zone is set at 5 degrees Celsius, which gives the body time to adjust to the low temperature in the main Chillout Ice Lounge. The Chillout Ice Lounge combines the novelty of subzero temperatures with a unique interior design. It is a technological innovation in refrigeration, lighting, architecture & sculptured ice. The diffused lighting changes its colours at certain intervals and it filters through crystal clear blocks of ice, filling them with low-lux hues of varying patterns, making the moment freeze in its ambience. All these elements have been intelligently composed to create one of the best ice lounges in the world. The lounge serves hot soups, sandwiches, juices, hot chocolates, coffee, tea and a variety of deserts, mock-tails and confectionary, making it the first of its kind in the world to serve hot food & beverages. Chillout Ice Lounge is located at the ground level, Times Square Center, on the Sheikh Zayed Road -Dubai. Why not visit us for a memorable experience with friends and family. We are available for birthday parties, event, film shoots and private hire.
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Times Square Center 4b St | Ground Level inside Times Square Center, Dubai 115787, United Arab Emirates
Al Quoz
+971 4 341 8121
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It is really good place for family. You can feel temp -6 c just here. Love the hot choclate which is free here. The Amazing place, will come back with family.

Thank hamdan a
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I really enjoyed and it has good service. I will tell my friends and my family about this place believe you will enjoy

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was so good and nice place. Thanks for the experience. I will recommend chill out to my co-worker and other friends

Thank Paul christian E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The chillout ice lounge was good fun and a nice change from the Dubai heat. The sculptures are great to look at and the lay out is fabulous! However, the lounge is smaller than I expected and the bar doesn't have a lot to offer,...More

Thank Nicolell98
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

it was for the experience of it. i was on honeymoon and saw a offer for a couple for 90dhms. thot y not gave it a shot. its just worth for the above money. nothing more. its good spot to click pics totally a couple...More

Thank shanishkarim
Reviewed 24 May 2017

it was good place to see for once, it is very small palace with icy status. you just go there for see and take some good pic.

Thank sedigheh_kh
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

This was never for me... I was uncomfortable right from the start and wanted to leave. My wife enjoyed it a bit though. If you like the cold .. like really really like the cold temperatures I guess you might like it. It was not...More

Thank Anoop J
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

Nothing interesting actually offered here Either they don't know what a hot chocolate is or they think you don't! It was a chocolate milk we got instead!

Thank Alvand N
Reviewed 17 March 2017

Great experience after hot Dubai days. Quick change and a lot of fun with friends and family. Something to talk about.

Thank Shamsa01
Reviewed 25 February 2017

If you expect the biggest and the best like the rest of Dubai then don't go. Lacks any imagination-really disappointing and very expensive for the 'experience' offered. So embarrassingly dull it became quite funny and squeezed out some good photos!

1  Thank hbells2017
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Umair C
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Response from Hayley R | Reviewed this property |
Yes it's child friendly. I think the price for an adult is around 60 AED but I am not sure of the child's prices