Grand Hyatt Dubai is proud to showcase its newly renovated Baniyas Ballroom this Ramadan! An extravagant ballroom with state of the art technology, featuring 22 live kitchen stations, we promise you a dining experience like never before. Let’s take a look at what’s in store this Ramadan
As part of the upcoming Holy Month of Ramadan, Flavours on Two at Towers Rotana Dubai collaborates with Epicure Catering to make a difference and launch The Iftar Exchange, a charity campaign that will start at the beginning of Ramadan and last throughout the Holy Month of giving and blessing.
The sound of a family member’s voice. The smell of tradition and the taste of familiarity. Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, our spaces will feel like an extension of home. For the first time, Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights has dedicated its most exclusive residential-style venue, Al Manzil, solely to Ramadan.
The Palace Downtown Dubai, the elegant Arabesque hotel under Emaar Hospitality Group’s premium luxury portfolio, Address Hotels + Resorts, will take part in Earth Hour on Saturday, March 25, 2017, between 8.30pm and 9.30pm, in addition to launching its exclusive organic menu for one week as part of the hotel’s sustainability efforts.
Brunch lovers will be delighted with the diverse and delicious ‘Brunch Collection’ from Emaar Hospitality Group and its outstanding hospitality brands - Address Hotels + Resorts, Vida Hotels and Resorts and Rove Hotels.
Enjoy a leisurely brunch away from the city amidst the beautiful settings of Ranches Restaurant on Mother’s Day. Our brunch will feature a medley of exquisite dishes so you can bond with mum over a delightful meal. All mums will receive a glass of sparkling bubbly with our compliments.
Ashiana made its relaunch debut at Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers on January 25 in celebration of Indian Republic Day which falls on the 26th day of the month. One of the first Indian restaurants in Dubai, Ashiana is well-known for authentic Indian cuisine from various regions of India and a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Mekong, the award winning Asian restaurant, is introducing “Khan Tok”, a new Thai dining style originating from the northern parts of Thailand. An arrangement of dishes, served on a raised tray known as “Khan Tok” for the family to share. This tradition has ever since evolved to become a popular way of celebrations and welcoming guests in Thailand.