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Published on : Thursday, May 26, 2016
Four Seasons Hotel Beirut invites guests on a journey to celebrate Ramadan in an exceptional atmosphere. Before Iftar one can indulge in the exquisite setting of the sun on the Mediterranean from one of the Hotel’s room and suite terraces. From there, guests are invited to begin their culinary experience at The Grill, where the team has created a special Iftar menu that brings together the best of local produce, Lebanese cuisine and Mediterranean-inspired dishes, along with an eclectic assortment of tempting desserts, perfect for the final meal of the day.
The Ramadan nights continue at Arabesque, offering an elegant Souhour with an intimate outdoor experience extending Ramadan nights from dusk to dawn with oriental tunes in an exceptional atmosphere on the terrace overlooking the Mediterranean while savouring Lebanese tapas paired with a variety of shisha flavours.
For those who wish to enjoy Iftar and Souhour in the privacy of their rooms, in-room dining also offers tasty alternatives.The Hotel’s catering experts have also prepared special menus for private and corporate Iftar events.
“With the widest range of Lebanese cuisine offered, a new shisha lounge concept, special packages, and the charming Ramadaniyat nights of Beirut, guests are guaranteed an exceptional experience to remember. Our team will continue to surprise even the most discerning of diners and visitors during the Holy Month of Ramadan,” says Rami Sayess, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Beirut.
This year, Ramadan will be starting by early June, just as summer is beginning. Both Lebanese and visitors will be looking to enjoy a local taste of the city throughout the month. The Ramadan offerings will be available from the first sighting of the moon in early June until early July 2016.
Situated on the second floor with panoramic views on the Mediterranean, a sumptuous Iftar menu awaits guests at The Grill that includes the best in traditional Middle Eastern mezzah, Lebanese dishes, an assortment of juices and a buffet of international and traditional desserts.