Anantara the Palm Dubai Resort is welcoming guests this Ramadan with delicious traditional delights and stunning vistas across the water to the city.
Armani Hotel Dubai is offering families and friends a chance to come together this Ramadan. Take a moment to savour the Arabesque decorations of the Armani Ballroom, before delighting in the Iftar feast on offer. Daily changing dishes will mean you will want to come back time and again.
Palace Downtown is centrally located in Dubai, walking distance from the Dubai Fountain and close to the Burj Khalifa. With Ramadan underway, the property combines the spirit of the season with cuisine that stays true to tradition.
Enjoy the ultimate Ramadan experience at the iconic Asateer Tent at Atlantis the Palm. Here glittering lights and oriental entertainment await, as well as a wide array of buffet dishes and traditional delicacies for the perfect Iftar.
Guests have been invited to celebrate Ramadan at Bab Al Qasr Hotel & Residences, the luxurious five-star hotel in the heart of Abu Dhabi. Here they can experience serene hospitality at the famous Al Tasamoh tent.
Breaking Travel News catches up with Mark Kirby, area general manager for the Emaar Hospitality Group, for a chat about the Ramadan offering at Address Downtown.
Showcasing the history of the trade routes that connected east and west, Manzil Downtown will this year celebrate Ramadan with an unforgettable iftar.
There are numerous luxurious Ramadan tents in Abu Dhabi from which to choose, all offering traditional delicacies and extravagant décor. However, for those guests looking for a superlative iftar experience, there is only one choice, and that is Emirates Palace’s Ramadan tent by the sea.
With communities across the Middle East preparing for the start of the holy month of Ramadan from next week, the hospitality sector has been doing its part to celebrate. A number of luxury properties in the United Arab Emirates have been unveiling plans for the sumptuous Iftar buffets, allowing guests to break the fast in style
Travellers looking to book their Hajj pilgrimage this year are being warned against deals that seem too good to be true. The UK Civil Aviation Authority’s campaign is working to protect travellers after an increasing trend in the sale of illegal or fake package deals.