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Illuminating Ramadan and Inspiring Tradition at The Meydan Hotel and Bab Al Shams
A presentation of time-honoured values, friendship, harmony and hospitality at Sky Bubble and Al Hadheerah
Embrace the spirit of Ramadan with a warm welcome and beautiful presentation of Arabian traditions with Meydan Hotels & Hospitality this Holy Month. Share exquisite Iftar and Suhour with family and friends to observe this pious time of the year at The Meydan Hotel and Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa.
For the duration of the Holy Month, The Meydan Hotel will host its ‘Ramadan in the Sky’ Iftar at the Sky Bubble. Guests will enjoy breath-taking panoramic views of Dubai’s skyline and a selection of traditional Middle Eastern delicacies including hot and cold mezzeh, succulent grilled meats and customised dishes at live cooking stations. Suhour can be enjoyed at the air-conditioned Ramadan tent featuring an exceptional à la carte dining selection, shisha and soothing oud music adding luminance to the ambience.
Discover the true magic of authentic Arabia with a Bedouin inspired experience at Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa. During the Holy Month, the award-winning resort will host guests for Iftar in its air-conditioned tent at Al Hadheerah serving a wide selection of dates, fresh juices, mouth-watering Arabic mezzeh and an array of authentic dishes. Diners can sit back, relax and enjoy a variety of traditional entertainment including a camel and caravan show, oud player and tanoura dancer, making it the perfect venue for an illuminating Ramadan experience.
Mohammed El Aghoury, General Manager for The Meydan Hotel and Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa, said: “The Holy Month of Ramadan reminds us of the value of togetherness and our rich cultural traditions. This year our Iftar and Suhour represent a deep sense of integrity and theme to value our friends, partners and guests. The venues will provide a truly unique setting for families and friends to come together in comfortable, authentic and timeless tradition.”