Abu Dhabi’s iconic Emirates Palace is welcoming guests to the Ramadan Pavilion for the holy month.
Located at the Emirates Palace Ballroom Terrace, the Pavilion’s unique setting combines the authentic traditions of Ramadan with the luxurious comfort of Emirates Palace.
Features include a covered original artist’s gallery walkway to a large oasis garden with a central marble dome surrounded by private Majlis, decorated with original and traditional features. Over 1,200 daily guests can be offered a sumptuous Iftar buffet and relaxed Suhoor setting throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan.
The Ramadan Pavilion will enable visitors to experience a special selection of dishes created by Mezlai, the latest restaurant opened at Emirates Palace which serves the first authentic and traditional Emarati cuisine in UAE.
The Ramadan Pavilion is designed to provide guests with a journey experience combining the beauty, culture, heritage and customs of Ramadan with the palatial comfort and luxurious hospitality of Emirates Palace.
(Emirates Palace in full glory)
Already renowned for Ramadan offerings, Emirates Palace expects the number of visitors this year to extend beyond previous years, as Emirates Palace welcomes residents, visitors, guests and companies from around the region as well as a significant increase in international visitors who have booked to savor this unique Ramadan experience.
Built as an iconic landmark showcasing Arabian culture and hospitality at its finest, Emirates Palace has created an enviable niche in luxury hospitality, welcoming world leaders, celebrities, global business travelers and leisure guests with a truly memorable and unique experience, luxurious contemporary facilities and amenities in comfortable and traditional Arabian surroundings with personalized world-class service.
((Pictured with Miss World, Hans Olbertz, General Manager, celebrates Emirates Palace picking up “World’s Leading Conference Hotel” at the World Travel Awards 2009 Grand Final in London)
Its raising of the hospitality bar, not just across Arabia but also the entire world, has been acknowledged by the World Travel Awards. In May, it won a host of awards at the prestigious Middle East Ceremony in Dubai, including “UAE’s Leading Hotel”, “Middle East’s Leading Meetings & Conference Resort”.
This followed glittering success last November, when it was voted “World’s Leading Conference Hotel” at the World Travel Awards 2009 Grand Final in London.
Situated on a 1.3 km stretch of private white pristine beach and on 100 hectares of manicured lawns and lush landscaped gardens, Emirates Palace comprises 394 luxury rooms and suites and a variety of dining options. The resort’s leisure facilities include two intricately landscaped swimming pools one to refresh and relax and one perfectly designed for adventure and family fun, an Anantara spa, tennis courts, and a state of the art fitness centre.