Amidst the picturesque Dubai skyscrapers, with the beautiful horizon in the background, Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights shines as a bounty.
A relaxed ambience is what you get when you step into this world of luxury and grandeur. With modern Arabic settings to please one’s eye,this property is a must visit for those looking for serene surroundings and looking to steal a few minutes from their busy life to freshen up.
The interiors are in sync with nature. They are a perfect amalgamation of nature’s beauty with modern architecture. The lobby is well designed too. Each place has its own unique design and architecture. They are built in a way to give you a sense of calm and peace.
In the wide range of authentic restaurants, Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights showcases a mix of Mexican, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Western cuisines. I was invited to try their Iftar buffet which had a mix of various delicacies.
To begin with, there were some traditional drinks I enjoyed like the Jallab. Each table had a plate of dates with some dry fruits to break your fast. A cute lantern with an Arabic runner was styled on every table. We started off by enjoying the live manakeesh station which was preparing zaatar and chocolate manakeesh. No guesses for which one i gorged on.
The other attraction was the cheese station and the salad station. Freshly made salads come are a great start to any meal. The appetizers were a marvelous spread too. Hummus is a typical middle eastern dip made with boiled mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil and lemon juice. Traditionally it is served with warm pita bread and veggies. Along with this healthy appetizer, I tasted moutabbel, labneh, and some Arabic pickles. I loved the freshly prepared breads in house.
A surprise element for me to taste was aloo mutter, which was amazingly good. The buffet was accompanied with fresh Arabic baked breads. They were everything from hot to delicious. So much so, that you can enjoy them all by themselves. There also was spinach fatayer and cheese rolls along with falafel which are deep fried chickpea balls. For vegetarians, you could also enjoy the cous cous, which is a North African dish made of semolina.
The Buffet also had a gorgeous dessert spread ranging from Dates to chocolate covered dates along with loads of Arabic sweets, cakes, Kunafe, umm Ali, and lots more. A must have buffet for Ramadan, Hyatt Regency will not disappoint you at all.