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Enjoy a private Suhoor experience at this luxurious Abu Dhabi hotel

Escape to a world of Middle Eastern opulence at The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal this Ramadan.

The Ritz Carlton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal is easily one of the most recognisable five-star properties in the capital. The architecture of this sprawling resort is inspired by the Italian Renaissance period and snakes along the water’s edge, offering remarkable views across both Al Maqta Creek and the Sheikh Zayed Mosque.

Amidst manicured hedgerows and a lagoon-like swimming pool, visitors to The Ritz Carlton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal will find several distinguished dining destinations, including upmarket steakhouse The Forge, South East Asian restaurant Li Jiang and the contemporary Lebanese, Mijana.

private Suhoor experience

Throughout Ramadan, the five-star property will help you craft memories with a one-of-a-kind private Suhoor experience at Middle Eastern restaurant, Mijana. Named after the word that describes the poetic lyrics that begin Lebanese folk songs, Mijana embodies the theatrical side of contemporary Arabic cuisine. 

Guests can enjoy a private Suhoor experience in the comfort of a private cabana with a special menu curated by the hotel’s chefs. The menu includes a selection of hot and cold mezze, mixed platters and traditional desserts. At Mijana, guests can discover a place where old meets new and tradition touches modernity. The private Suhoor experience is available daily from 8:30pm to 2am. AED 1,000 (inclusive of a special menu for four guests).

private Suhoor experience

From sunrises over Al Maqta Creek to sunsets that illuminate Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, every moment at The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal promises something special. The Holy Month of Ramadan is no different, and the luxury Venetian-inspired property has crafted bespoke experiences for family and friends.

The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal also invites guests to celebrate their Eid holidays with an escape to a world of Middle Eastern luxury alongside family and friends. The expansive property features 10 Venetian-inspired buildings that form a crescent around one of the city’s largest outdoor pools, in addition to a private beach, eight restaurants and a holistic spa. 

Guests looking for a luxury escape this Eid can enjoy rates from AED 750 per room per night, inclusive of breakfast for two at Giornotte restaurant. 

GO: Visit www.ritzcarlton.com for reservations and more information.

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