Dubai: Hotels across the UAE are at their hospitable best this time of the year, with almost all hotels offering special stay and Iftar deals.
Atlantis, The Palm is offering guests special Ramadan packages to stay, starting from Dh1,195 including Iftar or Suhour. The hotel said its Asateer tent will offer guests iftar priced at Dh175.
“At Atlantis, we feel that we will see more turn out of guests this Ramadan as we have offered a true community experience in Asateer,” said Serge Zaalof, managing director of Atlantis, The Palm.
Likewise, guests can partake in an iftar buffet at The Market Place at the JW Marriott Hotel in Dubai for Dh150 per person, with groups of ten people or more entitled to receive a 15 per cent discount.
Not to be left behind, the Tilal Liwa Hotel in Abu Dhabi is set to attract customers with a special package starting from Dh399 on weekends and Dh499 on weekdays.
The package comprises of a double room inclusive of suhour or breakfast, with the offer valid until the end of Ramadan period.
Another Abu Dhabi hotel that is pulling out all the stops this Ramadan is the Sheraton Abu Dhabi. Booking for one night starts at Dh499 per person at Sheraton Hotel & Resort while a reservation for two people starts at a special discount rate of Dh649 per night. In addition to this, guests staying at the hotel can enjoy iftar and suhour for free, until the end of the Ramadan.
The Cristal Salam Hotel in Abu Dhabi, meanwhile, has an offering with a special cause on platter, offering guests a chance to help those in need this Ramadan by donating Dh20 to the Red Crescent’s Orphan Section.
The hotels’ Ramadan offer starts from Dh420 per person for one night and is valid until the end of the Ramadan season.
Other Ramadan deals include those offered by the Al Ain Rotana and the One&Only The Palm in Dubai.
Guests booking a suite for three nights or more at The Palm can save up to 20 per cent on room rates and indulge in a complimentary daily breakfast.
Whereas, the Al Ain Rotana is offering a special package where customers can book a room for one night starting from Dh300 per person, including the choice of suhour or iftar.
Rohma Sadaqat and Sherouk Zakaria are interns at Gulf News.