Ramadan in Dubai: business iftars and suhoors

Charm your executive guests at these notable Ramadan settings
1 of 5
Charm your executive guests at these notable Ramadan settings
2 of 5
1. Asateer at Atlantis The Palm: One of Dubai’s most favoured tents will collaborate with celebrity chef restaurants Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen and Giorgio Locatelli’s Ronda Locatelli for its iftar and suhoor buffets, with some dishes paying homage to traditional Emirati cuisine. Corporate guests will be impressed by both cuisine and entertainment, as it features live singers, shisha and board games. Prices: Iftar is AED220 per person while suhoor is AED160 minimum spend per person
3 of 5
2. Ewaan at the Palace Downtown: A more cultural atmosphere is felt at the Ewaan tent which is designed in Arabian interiors including sofa seating and embroidered furnishings. At iftar, guests can enjoy regional dishes such as tagine cooked meat and poultry while at suhoor, they can dine to live oud tunes and savoury shisha flavours at the terrace-style tent. Prices: Iftar is AED255 per person while suhoor is AED170 per person.
4 of 5
3. Dubai Opera: A unique setting to sway business partners is to host them at the Dubai Opera auditorium, which transforms into a banquet hall for Iftar. Its buffet is catered by award winning restaurant Sean Connolly, presenting classic Arabic dishes with a modern twist, live stations and a variety of desserts. During your meal, take in the classical melodies of live entertainment, or scout the pop-up market for gifts. Prices: AED250 per person
5 of 5
4. Armani/Ballroom: For a more formal affair, opt for the ballroom at the Armani hotel in the one and only Burj Khalifa, where elegant grandeur is paired with Andalusian architectural heritage. Its iftar buffet is a mix of Italian and international flavours, complete with private group spaces for an exclusive setting. Prices: AED 250 per person