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Celebrate Ramadan at Grand Mercure Hotel and Residences Dubai Airport

SPONSORED: Escape into a world of tradition during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Grand Mercure Hotel and Residences Dubai Airport will celebrate the UAE’s cultural heritage with its Ramadan offerings this year. Experience exquisite Arabian hospitality combined with local and regional gastronomy immersed in lavish Iftar experiences this Ramadan. 

Located close to the airport, metro and major shopping destinations such as The Dubai Mall, Dubai Festival City, and Deira City Centre. The hotel offers a choice of international and local dining experiences across its family-friendly restaurants and lounges, from Iftar at all-day-dining restaurant Walima to an immersive Pan-Emirati dining experience at Mizmah.

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Iftar at Walima Restaurant 

At Walima Restaurant, dishes and beverages are elevated with premium ingredients presented with a modern flair. For Iftar, diners can celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan and experience authentic Middle Eastern flavours and delicacies. The traditional buffet offers a daily rotation of dishes, including mezze, shawarma, cheese borek, chicken freekah and live stations for ouzi and meat carving. Iftar will be accompanied with traditional Ramadan beverages of Jallab, Qamar Al Din, Laban, Tamarind, Dates and Milk and Karkadi, alongside a live oud musician. Iftar is available daily from sunset to 10pm. AED 149 per person.

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Iftar at Mizmah Restaurant 

This Pan-Emirati restaurant celebrates the cultural heritage of the UAE in a contemporary setting. Inspiring diners with the unique taste of local delicacies and customs, Mizmah Restaurant prides itself on reviving nostalgic flavours, textures, scents, sounds through its comforting food. For the restaurants Grand Iftar, guests can indulge in a Middle Eastern set menu with family and friends, including soup, hot and cold mezze, Mizmah mixed kebab with Bulgar rice, lamb okra, white beans with beef, sauté chicken, lamb shank ouzi, and hurrem katmer or cheese kunafa for dessert. Iftar is available daily from sunset to 10pm with live music from an oud musician. AED 169 per person.

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For an Iftar experience close to Dubai’s historic heart, look no further than the Arabian charms of Grand Mercure Hotel and Residences Dubai Airport.

GO: Email ha103@accor.com or call 052 267 0398 for reservations and more information.

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