Sponsored: Six special ways to make memories at Emirates Palace this Ramadan…

Emirates Palace has an outstanding reputation for Emirati hospitality and bringing families together in the company of elegant dining experiences, relaxing stays and restorative spa treatments. Which, we’d argue, makes it an essential consideration for visiting this Ramadan.

There are iftar options from Dhs280, suhoor from Dhs150 and spa pampering sessions from just Dhs275.

1. Mezlai Restaurant

Capture the final rays of golden light before the sun dips below the horizon on the Mezlai terrace, signaling the end of the day’s fasting. The traditional iftar buffet features soups, hot and cold mezze, live cooking stations and a comprehensive dessert collection. The suhoor menu is a la carte, includes regional delicacies and is served between 9.30pm and 1.30am, with a minimum spend of Dhs150.

Iftar Dhs295, daily over Ramadan sunset to 9pm.

2. Le Café by the Fountain

Set against a dramatic backdrop, Le Café by the Fountain welcomes guests to enchanting Suhour nights featuring light, nutritious dishes,  fragrant desserts and refreshing mocktails.

Suhour Dhs150 minimum spend per person, daily sunset to 1am.

3. Martabaan

Break your fast with uncontrived fresh flavours from the Indian subcontinent. The stylish restaurant affords regal views over the glittering waters of the Arabian Gulf, to pair with this special five-course iftar.

Iftar Dhs280, daily over Ramadan sunset to 9pm.

4. Hakkasan

For those seeking a more exotic way to enjoy iftar this Holy Month, Hakkasan has a three-course selection of its beautifully eclectic mix of Cantonese cuisine. This East Asian menu will include delicate dim sum, hearty soups, precisely-spiced main courses and the restaurant’s signature creative desserts.

Iftar Dhs288, daily over Ramadan sunset to 9pm.

5. Iftar at home

For those preferring the comfort of their own abode this Ramadan, Emirates Palace understands. Which is why they’ve curated authentic take-away Iftar and Suhour hampers which, conveniently, are also available for delivery.

From Dhs1,100 for 5 to 6 guests. From Dhs1,750 for 8 to 10 guests.

6. Special Ramadan treatments at Emirates Palace Spa

Emirates Palace Spa is offering a 120 minute Timeless Elegance package for a refreshing and revitalising experience this Ramadan. The session begins with a traditional hammam and ends with an hour long massage of your choice. Priced at Dhs1,250.

For those that want to look after their skin whilst they’re fasting, the Pedi:Mani:Cure studio by Bastien Gonzalez is offering great value on its chocolate paraffin treatments. Offering both deep moisturising benefits and a calming effect, this could be just the remedy for that evening fatigue.

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