Look inside luxury Ramadan tents in the UAE

Break your fast the traditional way this holy month
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Opt for traditional iftars or suhoors at some of the UAE's most luxurious Ramadan tents. Designed in oriental style, they feature entertainment such as oud and folk music.
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Amiri Ramadan Tent: \n\nBreak your fast while nestled within lush green landscapes at the Amiri Ramadan tent at The Lawn in the Address Montgomerie. It offers a tranquil iftar setting away from the bustle of the city, with views of lakes surrounding the hotel’s championship golf course. \n\nPrice: Iftar buffet AED 200 per adult, AED100 per child aged 6 to 11 years, complimentary for children aged 5 years and younger. \n\nSuhoor buffet: AED170 per adults, AED85 for child aged 6 to 11 years, complimentary for children aged 5 years and younger.
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Ewaan Ramadan Tent: \n\nSignature outdoor restaurant and lounge Ewaan transforms into a luxurious tent during Ramadan. Located in the Palace Downtown, the Arabic tent is decorated in classic style and extends from the terrace into the gardens. It offers guests entertainment in the form of live oud, as well as shisha. \n\nPrice: Iftar buffet AED255 per adult, children aged 6 - 11 years enjoy 50% discount, children aged 5 years and below dine complimentarily. \n\nSuhour buffet: AED170 per adult, children aged 6 - 11 years enjoy 50% discount, children aged 5 years and below dine complimentarily.
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Asateer Ramadan Tent: \n\nDesigned in lavish interiors and famous for its signature hanging oriental lamps, this tent at Atlantis The Palm is one of the UAE’s most luxurious. We like that its menu offers traditional beverages such as chai karak (cardamom tea) as well as an Arabic and international cuisine. The tent also serves shish for suhour. \n\nPrice: Iftar buffet: AED 210 per person. \n\nSuhour: Minimum spend of AED 195 for a la carte menu. Admittance to Suhoor will be only for 21 year olds and above.
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Liwan Ramadan Majlis: \n\nThe Liwan Ramadan Majlis moved to City Walk this year to accommodate a larger crowd. Featuring private enclosures, areas and settings for royals, VIPs and special guests, the tent offers folk music, Arabian oud and tambourine musicians for entertainment. Food-wise, it offers live cooking stations and an abundance of traditional Arabic dishes. \n\nPrice: Iftar buffet: AED 195 per person \n\nShuoor: AED 150 minimum spend per person for an a la carte menu
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Emirates Palace Ramadan Pavilion: \n\nIt doesn’t get much bigger or grander than Abu Dhabi’s mega-hotel Emirates Palace. And its in-house tent is just as impress. Set by the sea, it is designed in intricate oriental style to match the hotel. The pavilion also serves a generous menu of international dishes as well as shisha. \n\nPrice: Iftar buffet: AED265 per person \n\nSuhoor: AED150 minimum spend per person for an a la carte menu
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Al Majlis at Madinat Jumeirah \n\nKnown to be fully-booked weeks in advance, Al Majlis in Madinat Jumeirah might be tough to find a spot in, but it’ll be worth your while if you do. Elegantly designed in arabesque accents, it mixes traditional design with modern elements, making it one of the most beautiful tents in the UAE so far. It serves international cuisine and offers entertainment and shisha. \n\nPrice: Iftar: AED 210 per person \n\nSuhour: AED 150 minimum spend per person for regular seating, AED2,500 to AED4,500 for round sofas and private majlis for groups of 10 to 15
Thu 08 Jun 2017 01:05 PM
By Lubna Hamdan