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Ramadan Specials at Hyatt Hotels in the Middle East

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Thursday, 30 August 2007

Hyatt hotels in the Middle East are preparing to host special offers, events, and activities for guests seeking an unforgettable dining experience during the holy month of Ramadan. Hotels in Cairo, Dubai, Amman, and Muscat all have special incentives for Iftar dining.

Thierry Bertin, Area Director of Marketing in the Middle East, Hyatt International Hotels and Resorts said, “Year on year each Hyatt hotel throughout the region puts a lot of time and effort into preparation for the holy month to ensure Middle East visitors get the very best dining experience. With the amount of events and activities on offer, we look forward to an even stronger number of visitors this year.”

The Grand Hyatt Amman will be hosting “Magical Ramadan Nights Under the Stars” where famous magician Dahish Beik, the winner of different world awards in magic, will perform a glamorous show that will take place in the hotel’s “Sawani” terrace. Iftar ‘under the stars’ will feature live entertainment of Nai and Guitar accompanying guest’s dining experience. The restaurant’s Ramadan buffet selection will consist of a large array of Middle East and international live cooking stations and delicious desserts.

The Grand Hyatt Muscat in Oman is set to host a variety of Ramadan specials. Daily lavish buffet-style Iftar at Mokha Café will feature a selection of traditional Ramadan specialities. Chef Andre van den Heuvel and restaurateur Jacob de Boer plan to surprise guests with an additional selection of Mediterranean delicacies as part of the buffet.

Be enchanted by Grand Hyatt Dubai’s opulent Laylati Café, a Ramadan tent with all the charm of the Arabian Nights, open daily from 8pm to 3am. Choose to sit at a table or recline in a lounge area, while enjoying an a la carte menu and, of course, a wide selection of shisha. Then, as Ramadan draws to a close and Eid begins, enjoy a special concert from one of the Middle East’s most famous singers, Mohammad Abdo.

The Grand Hyatt Cairo will host gourmet set-menus for Iftar at the Revolving Restaurant and the Nubian Village offering panoramic views of Cairo and the River Nile. The Nubian Village will also be offering Sohour where guests can enjoy a menu of light favorites. An Iftar buffet will be available at Fontana featuring a rich array of dishes available only during this special month. A Ramadan tent will also be held around the swimming pool for Iftar and Sohour every day.

For those requiring a larger gathering venue, Grand Hyatt Cairo’s yacht, Marquise, provides Iftar buffet and a special Sohour cruise for groups upon request in a classical oriental evening at Baccarat.

Park Hyatt Dubai will be hosting “Nights by the Marina”, an opportunity to share with family and friends a variety of gourmet delights. The “Nights by the Marina” air conditioned terraces offer a full Ramadan menu, with cold and hot mezze. An extensive dessert menu and a beverage list featuring all the Ramadan favourites made especially for the occasion. “Nights by the Marina” also offers a large variety of shisha flavours for guests to choose from, priced between Dhs40 and Dhs50, as they relax and listen to the Arabic lounge-style music.

“Nights by the Marina” will be held in air-conditioned tents from 8:00pm to 3:00am, at The Terrace, The Thai Kitchen and Traiteur balconies: all these areas overlook the picturesque Dubai Creek. There will be a minimum consumption charge per person.

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