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For Those Things You Didn’t Need When It Was Just Zoom

By August 13, 2020 No Comments

With shops at Resorts World now back open, you can show your support for retailers while also bagging yourself a bargain

Here’s a round-up of an array of special offers from shoes and suits to perfume and dining out.

Step Out In Style 


Shoeaholics designer outlet has just launched as a pop up store at Resorts World, selling shoes and accessories at big discount prices. It joins existing outlet footwear brands Kurt Geiger, Vans, Nike and Sketchers

Menswear

 Menswear at Resorts World now offers a bigger selection than ever before. Not only is there a new Ben Sherman pop up, which is launching with a clearance event, but Ministry of Design has recently expanded into a larger store unit. This gives it even more room to house brands including Superdry, Fred Perry and Diesel, all at a reduced price. 

Add to that a range of other men’s outlet fashion stores around Resorts World – from Levi’s and Carhartt to The North Face, Skopes and Birmingham-based brand Luke – and you’ll be spoilt for choice, whether it’s a smart or casual look you are after.

A Fragrant Delight

Just in time for face to face socialising (at a distance), The Fragrance Shop at Resorts World is running a sale with big discounts on summer scents. You can treat yourself or get a special gift for others with up to 70% off before the sale finishes on August 24. Check out the terms and conditions at The Fragrance Shop website

Eat Out To Help Out

Visit Resorts World from Monday to Wednesday and you’ll find a range of restaurants offering the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, giving 50% off food and soft drinks up to a maximum of £10 per person. 

Treat yourself to a romantic meal at Miller and Carter or try something spicier and head to local independent restaurant Vietnamese Street Kitchen with its array of street food style snacks. There’s everything from steamed bao buns to summer rolls, larger hot bowls of pho (hot noodle soup) and banh mi, a form of filled baguette dating back to the French colonial era. 

Dinner With A View

Sky By The Water rooftop bar and restaurant is back open serving classic comfort food with a contemporary twist with new post-lockdown safety measures. Revel at being able to dine out again while gazing over stunning lakeside views and make the most of the Eat Out To Help Out offer.

Dishes from the new summer menu include corn-fed crispy chicken with truffle mushroom risotto, slow-cooked pork belly with crispy bacon, colcannon potatoes and slow-cooked beef rib with a red wine reduction. Prices start from just £20 for two courses or you can indulge in afternoon tea at a new reduced price of just £19.95 per person or Sunday lunch from £16 per person. 

People from the same household or bubble can even enjoy cocktails, fizz or perfect serve gins in secret garden pods. The restaurant has introduced a number of safety measures,  which can be found on the Sky By The Water website, to help give diners peace of mind.

Enjoy A Luxury Break

Going stir crazy at home? Indulge in a luxurious stay at the four-star Genting Hotel with its spacious rooms and outstanding service. The hotel re-opens from August 17 when you can enjoy a welcome back offer of 30% off the best available rates for stays during August, September and October. Book on the Genting Hotel website and be reassured by Genting’s new cleaning and safety procedures, outlined in their Genting Guarantee.

Cineworld

If you’ve missed the magic of the big screen Cineworld is opening with a selection of new movies and 2020 re-releases you might have missed, along with classic films and firm favourites. 

Keeping You Safe

Resorts World has a number of safety measures in place, including one-way systems, social distance markers, plenty of free hand sanitiser and an enhanced cleaning regime. 

As an indoor centre, it is also mandatory for Resorts World guests to wear a face covering within the mall area and shops. Resorts World is carefully managing its footfall to ensure that the number of people allowed in the building at any one time is within Government guidelines and allows guests to social distance safely. For a full list of safety measures visit www.resortsworldbirmingham.co.uk 

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