Jumeirah Group launches Ramadan Promotions

Travel News Asia Thursday, 23 August 2007

The Jumeirah Group has launched a number of promotions at its various Dubai properties in celebration of the regions most significant festival, Ramadan.

The month long extravaganza features some special accommodation packages as well as many culinary activities featuring Iftar and Suhour at the luxury hotel companys various properties - Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah Bab Al Shams, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Jumeirah Beach Hotel and Madinat Jumeirah.

Burj Al Arab: The award winning Burj al Arab will serve Iftar at Al Iwan Restaurant and the Al Falak Ballroom during Ramadan. Al Iwan is a perfect place for an Iftar buffet serving a wide range of traditional Arabic delicacies to break the fast from sunset until midnight. Price: AED 375 per person. 

At AL Falak Ballroom, an Iftar buffet will feature a wide selection of traditional delicacies on the 27th floor. The palatial two-tiered golden ballroom crowned with a crystal chandelier offers an elegant and unforgettable dining occasion to experience true Burj Al Arab hospitality. Price: AED 425 per person for buffet and AED 375 p.p. for three course set menu (both are for group bookings only).

Jumeirah Bab Al Shams: Guests can stay and experience Jumeirah Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa during the holy month of Ramadan this year and enjoy a lavish Sohour meal in the comfort of their rooms. Price: AED 800.

Another option is an Iftar buffet at Al Hadheerah. With a variety of live Arabic cooking stations, including succulent slow-cooked meats, freshly baked breads from the wood-fired oven and a range of mezze dishes and other Ramadan delicacies. Price: AED 195 per person (from sunset to 19:30hr, including Ramadan beverages). After 8pm, price: AED 395 per person including Ramadan beverages.

Jumeirah Emirates Towers: Guests staying at Jumeirah Emirates Towers during the holy month of Ramadan will benefit from special weekend rates. Guests can also choose Iftar or Suhour dishes from the room service menu. Price: Deluxe Rooms AED 790 per room per night with complimentary access to Wild Wadi Water Park and breakfast at Mosaico. Price: Club Executive Rooms AED 1,390 per room per night with complimentary breakfast at Mosaico. Price: Apex Suites AED 1,790 per room per night with complimentary breakfast at Mosaico. Rates are based on double occupancy and are subject to 10% Municipality fees and 10% service charge and a minimum length of stay applies.

At the award-winning Lebanese restaurant, Al Nafoorah, diners can break the fast with a lavish buffet of traditional Lebanese favourites and live cooking together with Iftar beverages and mineral water. Price: AED 155 per person (from sundown to 19:30hrs).

Jumeirah Beach Hotel: Guests booking a minimum of 4 nights stay during the holy month of Ramadan will receive an additional complimentary nights stay, with breakfast included. Those staying at Jumeirah Beach Hotel during Ramadan (12th September and 11th October) will receive complimentary access to Ski Dubai, at Mall of the Emirates, subject to availability.

At Diwan Al Khayal, an outdoor marquee, an extravagant Iftar buffet will feature a sumptuous spread of traditional Arabic cuisine, including a vast array of Middle Eastern delicacies. Price: AED 155 per person (from sunset to 20:00hrs or 20:30hrs 02:30hrs).

And at Iftar at Latitute, guests can soak up the cosmopolitan atmosphere while enjoying a traditional Iftar buffet. Price: AED 165 per person (from sunset to 20:00hrs).

Madinat Jumeirah: This Ramadan, diners can take Iftar at Al Muna restaurant where authentically Arabian buffet dishes are served. Alternatively, they can enjoy an Iftar buffet at Arboretum where shisha will also be served on the terrace in a beautiful Arabic setting.  Price: AED 160 per person (from 18:00hrs).

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