VIDEO: Iftar festivities at Raffles Dubai

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Even amidst the downturn, occupancy levels remain high and iftar packages are as popular as ever at Raffles Dubai.

Even amidst the economic environment, occupancy levels remain high and iftar packages are as popular as ever.

Arabian Business TV meets Ayman Gharib, Executive Assistant Manager of Food and Beverage at Raffles Dubai to discuss the changes and differences between last year’s and this year’s preparation for Iftar at Raffles Dubai.     
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