Imagine a unique getaway destination set on a man-made marvel on the coastline of Dubai that entices one and all with a distinct blend of serenity and splendor. It offers an urban escape where a decadent experience awaits you.
Asateer Tent is the best place to enjoy the ultimate Ramadan experience where the lights are glittering, with some oriental entertainment and a wide array of buffet dishes and traditional delicacies.
Welcome the arrival of Ramadan by celebrating the descent of the sun amidst the perfect backdrop of Al Bahou’s stunning 88 Arabic lanterns in the Movenpick Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel. It has luxury accommodations, fine dining restaurants and business facilities. My Iftar at the Movenpick Hotel was equally mesmerizing, just as the hotel. This place has a rooftop pool, and complimentary access to Palm Jumeirah with shuttle service as well. It is royal yet modern. There is a gym and spa available too, for all guests coming in. The Iftar had tastes from all around the world.
Al Manzil Downtown is a modern boutique hotel that celebrates arabesque design and culinary flavours, situated in the heart of Dubai, offering a sundeck, an outdoor and an indoor swimming pool. It is a stunning hotel offering guests a home away from home.
Zaroob is an attractive, modernistic restaurant specializing in Levantine cuisine. The décor brings life to the place. It is done in hues of wooden brown, a zest of pink and comfortable seating arrangement.
This Eid al Fitr, head to Kenza Restaurant, Ramada Downtown Dubai and enjoy a sumptuous brunch with your loved-ones.
This Ramadan, Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre will be offering an Iftar buffet in Medley Restaurant from 7pm – 9:30pm which will be hosted by the property’s Moroccan Chef Mama, who is known for her rich delicious dishes and amazing hospitality.