Dubai’s Bulgari Majlis offers a luxurious iftar and suhoor

Bulgari Resort Dubai’s majlis celebrates Italy and the Middle East.

Famed for its sophistication, Bulgari Resort Dubai has been bringing Mediterranean style to the Middle East since 2017 — and its annual Bulgari Majlis is no exception. Running until 23 April, it’s inspired by the region’s rich heritage and punctuated by the house’s Italian touch. So, if you want an iftar under the stars, here’s what you need to know.

The theme of this year’s majlis is The Wonders of Love, and draws its inspiration from the community. The Bulgari Majlis has been designed as a garden-like destination. Plus, the garden’s centrepiece is an olive tree, which is a shared historic symbol between Italy and the Middle East — one that represents unity and peace.

Designed with luxury in mind, the majlis is located in Bulgari Yacht Club and overlooks the beautiful Arabian Gulf. The spectacular spot includes serene sea and sunset views, which are accompanied with Arabic melodies. 

The menu merges the very best of Italian cuisine and Arabic signature plates, all with that Bulgari touch. The menus changes daily, and includes a wide range of hot and cold mezzeh, seven live cooking stations, and innovative twists on familiar favourites.

Pep Lozano, General Manager of Bulgari Resort Dubai, explained: “We are thrilled to unveil the latest version of the Bulgari Majlis to our local community. In the essence of Ramadan, we aim to bring families and loved ones together to celebrate the holy month. This year, we put together a unique immersive experience that celebrates wonder, in line with Bulgari’s campaign for the year.”

The Bulgari Majlis iftar starts from AED 450 per person, and runs from sunset until 9pm. The suhoor requires a minimum spend of AED 295 per person from 10pm to 1am.

GO: Email or call 04 777 5433 for reservations and more information.

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A textbook third culture kid with a perpetual thirst for adventure, Samia Qaiyum specialises in travel and culture, having lived in five countries and travelled to 34 others – just don't ask her to define the word 'home'.

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