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Caesars Palace Dubai is known for its incredible list of food and beverage outlets and this Ramadan there are some unforgettable experiences to try. Whether you’re after an intimate setting or a spot on the breezy terrace, Ramadan at Caesars Palace Dubai has everything you could want and more.

Experience Ramadan in style at Bacchanal

The iftar at Bacchanal will feature Middle Eastern, Indian and international cuisines. Guests can enjoy a wide range of mezze, salads and traditional favourites such as ouzi. Going with a friend? Enjoy a buy one get one free offer on shisha and enjoy it poolside. The iftar will cost Dhs250 per person, and Dhs175 per person for groups bigger than 20 people.

Sun to Fri, sunset to 7.30pm, shisha available from 6pm to 9pm, Dhs250 per person, Dhs175 per person for groups above 20

Unforgettable sunsets at The Lounge

For a modern twist on Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine that is perfect for sharing with family and friends, head to The Lounge. There’s an array of mezze and savoury tagine dishes along with a signature selection of shisha available all crafted, especially for Ramadan. The Lounge is open for dining and exclusive bookings. The iftar set menu will cost Dhs200 per person, while the suhoor set menu will cost Dhs165 per person.

Sunset to 1am, Dhs200 per person for iftar, Dhs165 per person for suhoor

Celebrate with an exclusive Ramadan event at Caesars Forum

For larger corporate gatherings, whether you choose to break your fast for iftar or enjoy a suhoor, Caesars Palace chic event spaces are curated to create an idealistic Ramadan experience. The menus will feature traditional dishes as well as international favourites crafted by Caesars’ skilled chefs. Post your meal, you can head to The Forum’s lush garden or the breezy terrace to enjoy shisha. The iftar and suhoor will cost Dhs220 per person, inclusive of Ramadan drinks.

Sunset to 8.30pm and 9.30pm to 1am, Dhs220 per person. 

Caesars Palace Dubbai, Bluewaters Island, caesars.com

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