Cactus Jacks at Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai Turns 18!
Cactus Jacks, the famous Latino Restaurant at Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, is all set to celebrate its 18th
Mr. Simon Moore, General Manager of Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, said, "We are so excited to celebrate Cactus Jacks eighteen years of success. I thank everyone specially our loyal guests who always support us. The outlet has been increasingly popular with locals & expats in the UAE over the past 18 years and it has been one of the most popular Latino Restaurants in the city delivering delightfully diverse experience in an exceptional atmosphere."
Opened in 2002, Cactus Jacks serves Tex-Mex food and late night "fiestas" daily. It is known for its famous tomahawk, frozen margaritas and mojitos with specialty fajitas and offers daily theme nights and live entertainment from the resident DJ. Cactus Jacks has grown to be a staple in the Dubai nightlife providing the perfect pre-clubbing food and drink or somewhere to party the whole night! The outlet offers great value for money. Whether dine in or takeaway option, informal & friendly atmosphere makes it the perfect venue for an authentic Mexican dinner.
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Millennium & Copthorne Hotels (M&C) is a London-based global hotel company, which owns, manages and operates over 145 hotels across some 80 locations worldwide. Its properties are in key gateway cities such as London, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Dubai, Doha, Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul, Singapore and Hong Kong. M&C is the hotel arm of Singapore-listed global real estate company City Developments Limited (CDL). M&C's global brand – Millennium Hotels and Resorts (MHR) has four distinct hotel collections — Leng's Collection, M Collection, Millennium Collection and Copthorne Collection — throughout Asia, Europe, the Middle East, New Zealand and United States. Occupying the best locations around the world, MHR has the perfect address for business and leisure travellers. Listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1996, M&C was delisted on 11 October 2019 following a successful privatisation exercise launched by CDL.