Published on : Friday, May 22, 2015
In the pure Moroccan tradition, Four Seasons Resort Marrakech launches festivities during the entire month of Ramadan. Indulge with family for a truly unique cultural experience to be discovered by all.
Every day, as the sun is setting over the red city, Solano restaurant breathes the feeling of conviviality and spirituality in offering an exceptional Ftour from MAD 320 per person. Experience the true essence of Ramadan in breaking the nightly fast with a buffet of a thousand of Moroccan flavours, including the best local produce and enchanting traditional recipes.
A Moroccan feast begins with a selection of tagines, local delights and a wide range of Moroccan pastries. Without forgetting the dates, milk and eggs already displayed on the table, this extravagant buffet is served with a selection of cold and hot beverages. As part of the delicacies, Executive Chef Marc Tauch and Moroccan experts Chef Rachid Ouzkit and Khamissa Rhefraoui are offering daily special Ramadan dishes: authentic recipes such as tanjia or couscous bidaoui, a special soup and the fresh juice of the day.
To enhance this special time of the year, an Andalusian trio and Sufis singers perform alternately every evening. This festive ambiance is definitely ideal for friends and families willing to stay longer around the cooling fountains where shishas and games are available.
For those on the quest of spirituality and calm, a dedicated lounge area offering poetry, cultural exchange and relaxation is the place to explore after dinner.
This authentic Ftour is available upon request for larger gatherings of 30 guests and more.
To conclude these “Ramadanesques” summer evenings, Four Seasons Resort Marrakech celebrates Eid on July 19, 2015 in offering a sumptuous breakfast from MAD 350 per guest. This is a great opportunity to reunite family and friends and enjoy delectable dishes prepared by the Resort’s passionate team.
Ramadan is such a fascinating experience for family travelling during this period that even the Kids Club offers a colourful program where children learn how to craft lanterns or write their names in Arabic. To make Ramadan and the Eid holidays even more special, take advantage of the Resort’s room packages. Ramadan experiences are complimentary for children aged up to 5 years old and a reduction of 50 percent applies for children aged 6 to 12.