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1.An open or tent-like structure at a swimming pool or at the shore.
2. Originally, a simple Spanish dwelling resembling a hut or cabin.
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At Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, that dream is a reality with the option of guests either working on a glowing tan at the beach or beating the blistering Bahrain heat in a privately, air conditioned cabana. Basically, summer 'staycations' just got even better!
Seized from Cabanas were a .22 caliber rifle with scope, a sniper rifle with scope, a 9mm Beretta pistol, two magazines for .45 pistols, four magazines for 9mm, 234 bullets, a firearm silencer, a bulletproof vest with National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) marking and a Kevlar.
A case for violation of the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Law is being readied against Cabanas.
The pleasure of unwinding next to one of the largest lap pools in Downtown Dubai is sumptuously enhanced at Cabana, which serves an appetising selection of Mediterranean refreshments and grills as well as inventive blends of signature libations in an exquisite alfresco setting through the day.
The restaurant and bar has a swimming pool and guests can even hire a private jacuzzi - Las Cabanas has eight.
Dubbed daybeds, the cabanas at this boutique hotel double as elegant poolside digs for two people.
Cabana will feature seating lined with old Brazilian-made jeans, with little treats for diners in the denim pockets.
In his new role at Fiduciary Trust, Cabanas will focus on expanding the firm's presence in South Florida, working with existing clients and generating new business.
Cabanas said, however, that hopes of finding survivors are growing increasingly slim.
One of architect Tim Seiberts earliest projects when he designed it in 1956, the cabanas ingeniously open up to deep covered walkways and the elements beyond via a pair of floor-to-ceiling louvered doors.