The 15 most beautiful and gorgeous Ramadan tents in Dubai

The 15 most beautiful and gorgeous Ramadan tents in Dubai

It can be challenging to decide where to eat whether you’re fasting or not during Ramadan in Dubai because there are so many restaurants and hotels throwing iftars and suhoor.

Here are 15 gorgeous Ramadan tents in Dubai:

1. Al Majlis at Madinat Jumeirah

  • During Ramadan, Al Majlis will be open for iftar and suhoor. With its glittering lights, chandeliers, and abundant use of mirrors, the main dining area has a decidedly Arab feel.
  • International and Middle Eastern cuisine is offered at buffet stations. There are four private majlis seating rooms that can be reserved specifically for bigger groups if you’d like extra seclusion. Suhoor begins at Dh185 per person, while iftar costs Dh220 per person.
  • The warmth and friendliness of Arabian heritage are brought to life for Ramadan at Al Majlis, a magnificent location with exquisite furnishings, where Iftar is served every evening from sunset until 21.00 and Suhour is served à la carte from 21.00 to 03.00.

Location: Madinat Arena Building Jumeirah Mina A’Salam – Jumeirah St – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

2. Al Hadheerah, Bab Al Shams

  • Al Hadheerah restaurant offers patrons a distinctive chance to dine in an Arabian atmosphere because it is tucked away among sand dunes and surrounded by a natural desert backdrop.
  • The sounds of traditional oud and kanun artists will liven up the evening. Following the Iftar meal, spectacular cultural performances including Tanoura dancing and breathtaking horse and camel shows will start.

Location: Bab Al Shams Desert Resort – Al Qudra Road – Dubai – United Arab Emirates


3. Amaseena at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai

  • Amaseena will offer true desert cuisine in tents with Bedouin décor as Arabic music is played under the skies. The best Middle Eastern food from Morocco, Lebanon, the UAE, and other countries will be featured over nine stations, along with traditional favorites like tagine and lamb mandi.
  • Suhoor is available a la carte with meals starting at Dh35, while the iftar buffet starts at Dh249 per person.

Location: 26 Al Mamsha St – Jumeirah Beach Residence – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

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4. The Palace Ramadan Majlis Tent

  • In the One&Only Royal Mirage’s Palace Courtyard, break your fast during a stunning traditional Ramadan Majlis. Spend time with family and friends while enjoying Middle Eastern specialties and seeing the stunning majestic arches and meandering water fountains.
  • There is shisha available starting at 8 o’clock in the evening in a temperature-controlled tent.
  • The Iftar buffet is available every day during Ramadan from 6 p.m. onward and costs AED 165 per person, inclusive of VAT, or AED 85 for kids ages 5 to 12. Children under the age of five eat for free. During Iftar, free parking will be offered until 8:30 p.m.

Location: The Palace Courtyard, One&Only Royal Mirage, Al Sufouh

5. Asateer, Atlantis The Palm

  • The Palm resort goes all out for Ramadan, hosting iftar and suhoor in its wildly popular Asateer tent. A sizable buffet with lamb kibbeh, shawarma, and an Arabic-mixed grill can be found inside. Additionally, there are ten exquisite dessert stations.
  • At the renowned Asateer Tent, enjoy Iftar with your loved ones. Every night, enjoy a variety of delectable buffet foods while getting a flavor of a different nation.
  • Time: Sunset – 8:30 pm
    Weekdays: AED 240 per person including water and Ramadan juices
    Weekends: AED 260 per person including water and Ramadan juices

Location: Crescent Rd – The Palm Jumeirah – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

6. Fairuz, Fairmont The Palm

  • The Fairmont The Palm’s ballroom is transformed into the Fairuz Ramadan tent, which can accommodate up to 350 guests and features a special feast and cultural performance. This year, a fully air-conditioned suhoor tent has been added, serving mezze and shisha till the wee hours.
  • The Arabic mixed grill, Indian laal maas, chicken tagine, traditional lamb ouzi, a saj station with warm akawi cheese and zaatar saj, mezzeh, salads, sushi, soup, and more sweets than you can handle are just a few of the dishes available for breakfast.

Location: Palm Jumeirah – The Palm Jumeirah – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

7. Habtoor Grand Garden Tent

  • Break your fast at the Garden Tent with a deluxe iftar banquet to honour Ramadan. Middle Eastern food is served during this iftar, which costs Dhs159 per person.
  • Additionally, live loud music will be provided for your amusement. From 8.30 p.m. until 3 a.m., a delectable a la carte suhoor is additionally offered here.
  • A lavish Iftar meal in a chic setting with live oud music provides a full Ramadan experience. A wonderful location for a leisurely and solemn respite from fasting, complete with delectable meals from the top chefs.

Location: Al Falea St – Jumeirah Beach – Dubai Marina – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

8. Four Seasons Resort Dubai

  • The Four Seasons Resort Dubai offers two locations for breaking your fast. Iftar and suhoor celebrations can be held at the SUQ restaurant or in a tent-like lounge.
  • The hotel staff has put together an iftar buffet for the Ramadan tent that features both Arabic specialties and beloved worldwide dishes offered from a variety of live cooking stations.
  • Jumeirah Beach Road, Dubai, every day sunset to 9 p.m. for iftar, and 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. for suhoor, both for Dhs265 and Dhs180.

Location: 2 Jumeirah St – Jumeirah – Jumeirah 2 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

9. The Meydan tent

  • You can anticipate a magnificent meal at iftar at The Meydan tent, including a variety of foods from international cuisines along with traditional Arabic favorites.
  • To get flavors from around the world, go to the wok and pasta station, stopping at the sushi and sashimi station along the way.
  • Free Suhoor Set Menu (only available for in-room dining) OR Buffet Breakfast at Farriers Restaurant

Location: Dubai – United Arab Emirates

10. SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences

  • Enjoy iftar on the 75th floor of the SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences, which will for the first time have a Ramadan tent set up on its rooftop. During the holy month, visitors can enjoy breaking their fast at sundown while taking in the expansive views of the Dubai skyline.
  • Majlis seats, vibrant lamps, and Arabian rugs will all be present in the tent. Before receiving freshly made bread and dips, guests will be welcomed with medjoul dates and delicious juices.
  • Booking is necessary because there is a daily cap of only 50 visitors. Suhoor, which lasts from sunset till daybreak on the 75th level, is also available to in-house visitors.

Location: Marasi Dr – Business Bay – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

11. Al Fanous Lounge, JW Marriott Marquis

  • Al Fanous Lounge at Dubai Ballroom offers one of the most well-liked iftars in town, a lavish buffet with international, Arabic, and Indian food.
  • Sunset to 8.30 p.m., Al Fanous Lounge, JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Dhs199.

Location: Sheikh Zayed Rd – Business Bay – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

12. Al Barza Tent

  • This JBR tent, which was erected by Dubai Properties Group, is so well-liked that most weekends are already fully booked through the end of Ramadan. And it’s simple to understand why, given its beachfront location and laid-back ambiance.
  • The menu is a great advantage because it offers a wide variety of North African cuisine in addition to standard Arabic appetizers and sandwiches. Choose from soft drinks, fresh juices, or hot beverages to wash it down.

Location: JBR, Dubai

13. Majlis of the World at Global Village

  • Global Village declared that it would be open for the entire holy month by extending its opening by four weeks. Ramadan Nights, a multiracial iftar and suhoor experience at the Majlis of the World, will be held at the family-friendly attraction.
  • There will be a tent outside that serves seated meals and provides standard entertainment like live music and board games. A 9 pm fireworks display will be held on the weekends to commemorate the event. Table options can accommodate two, four, or six people.
  • Daily, dusk to dawn; Dh150 for two hours; Dh200 for the entire evening; Global Village.

14. QD’s Ramadan Tent 

  • The QD’s Ramadan Tent, which is situated at the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, provides stunning panoramic views of the Creek and the Dubai cityscape while you dine and spend the evening with family and friends.
  • Suhoor is also celebrated here, where you may partake in an a la carte feast, and there is a lavish iftar buffet available for only Dhs170 per person. On the menu are traditional Arabian dishes such as lamb shakshuka and fresh fish dukkah. Shisha is also available starting at nine o’clock.

Location: Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

15. Majlis Lounge at Rosewood Abu Dhabi

  • At Rosewood Abu Dhabi, take in the iftar while watching the city’s cityscape. For an iftar with live stations serving Ramadan favorites with local, regional, and international flavors starting at dusk, head to the Majlis Lounge. For week one, there is an early bird discount pricing of Dh215.
  • Every two to three days, the iftar menu will be changed. Enjoy suhoor in the interim with a set menu or à la carte. Suhoor is from 10 pm to 3 am, and iftar is from sundown to 9 pm.

Location: Rosewood Abu Dhabi, Al Maryah Island, Abu Dhabi

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