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Published on : Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Join Meydan Hotels & Hospitality with family and friends in welcoming Eid Al-Fitr, as we mark the end of the Holy Month with grand celebrations. Cherish the company of loved ones in two of the most iconic luxury hotels in Dubai. Pick from a stunning array of Eid offerings featuring lavish buffets and set menus handcrafted by expert chefs to match your celebratory mood. All this is complimented by breathtaking views and amazing festivities organised by the two hotels.
On the first and second day of Eid, The Meydan Hotel will host signature Eid brunches at Farriers. Guests will enjoy a selection of smoked and marinated seafood, assorted tapas, a delectable Arabic buffet of cold and hot mezzeh, succulent grilled meats, and elaborate international cuisine, live cooking stations and plenty of fun entertainment for children including face painting, bouncy castle, and arts and craft. Shiba and Prime restaurants will be featuring set menus on both days offering the richest in western and Oriental cuisines, and unparalleled views of the main racing track.
Rediscover the essence of Arabia through an emersion is authentic traditional culture and heritage at Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa, the World’s Leading Desert Resort. xperience Eid Al-Fitr celebrations like never before at Al Forsan on the first, second and third day of Eid. The Al Forsan brunch buffet offers an elaborate selection of Arab specialities and international delicacies, exciting children’s activities that will ensure a jubilant atmosphere and a wonderful fun-filled afternoon for the entire family.
After the sun-sets over the beautiful undulating sand dune, the festivities continue at Al Hadheerah. Delight in a lavish Bedouin-inspired dinner buffet featuring Middle Eastern and international specialties in a comfortable air conditioned tent, and immerse yourself in the true magic of authentic and live traditional entertainment as you witness folk performances by belly dancers, tanoura dancers, dabkah dancers, singers, and a colourful camel caravan and horse show.