At­lantis, The Palm an­nounces Ra­madan of­fer­ings and tim­ings

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This Ra­madan At­lantis, The Palm will be host­ing If­tar ban­quets at six­teen of its F&B out­lets in­clud­ing the fa­mous Asateer tent. The ho­tel will also have lunch and break­fast of­fer­ings at se­lected out­lets.

At­lantis, the Palm’s of­fi­cial If­tar will be hosted in the Asateer ball­room, one of Dubai’s most fa­mous Ra­madan tents. At AED 210 guests can en­joy an If­tar buf­fet from 6:30pm un­til 8:30pm.

At a min­i­mum spend of AED 160, ex­clud­ing shisha, the Suhour a la carte menu will be on of­fer from 9pm un­til 2:30am.

The evening will fea­ture be­spoke Ra­madan en­ter­tain­ment un­til 3am.

Ad­mit­tance to Suhour will be only for 21 year olds and above and shisha will be avail­able for guests to en­joy for AED 95.

Gor­don Ram­say’s Bri­tish-Euro­pean restau­rant will host a spe­cial menu through­out Ra­madan with its ‘Bri­tish Roast Din­ner’. Guests can still en­joy the dishes from the a la carte menu and will be able to treat them­selves at the ice cream par­lour af­ter prayer time.

Lunch will be served from 12pm till 4pm and din­ner 6pm till 10:30pm, then on Friday and Satur­days guests can dine un­til 11:30pm

Plato’s will be open 24 hours for guests. The area will be cur­tained off with only tea stands be­ing served daily, af­ter­noon tea buf­fet won’t be avail­able. Lo­cated just off the grand lobby of­fers re­fresh­ments any­time day or night.

With a col­lec­tion of cof­fees, teas, pas­tries, mac­a­roons and Ara­bic sweets as well as fine spirits in the evening, this cof­fee house is the per­fect place to catch up with friends or fam­ily.

Nasimi Beach, Illy Café and N’Dulge will be closed dur­ing the holy month.

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