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Please note that the Zoo will be closed during Ramadan.


"Ramadan Kareem"
Iftars and Suhours

Take time this Ramadan to enjoy the many Iftar spreads which our hotels will be preparing and serving from sundown onwards. This is a wonderful opportunity for everyone to experience traditional Arabian cuisine after the day’s fast has broken. The hotels will also be serving Suhour – the last and light meal before sunrise.

Al Zaeem Village at Al Ain Rotana once again welcome families this Ramadan with an Iftar buffet for Dh159++. The Suhour buffet will feature Arabic desserts, juices and selected snacks for Dh49++.

Hilton Al Ain’s Palm Court is serving Iftar specialities each evening for Dh109++. Buy 10 and get two additional meals free. The hotel’s Palm Court is also offering an a la carte take away Iftar meal between 6pm and 8pm, which must be ordered 24 hours in advance, while Casa Romana has an a la carte Ramadan special dinner from 7pm to 11pm. Suhour is being served in the hotel’s Ramadan tent from 10pm to 2.30am where there is also an Arabic sweet promotion.

Iftar in the Ayla Restaurant, Ayla Hotel will feature live cooking stations and Ramadan drinks for Dh105++. There is also the opportunity to win a Gulf Air ticket and other surprises during the month. Suhour will be served in the hotel’s Sky 5 Café which opens from 7pm each evening.

Sedra Restaurant in Ayla Bawadi Hotel will serve Iftar buffets throughout the month for Dh77++. A promotion will also run during Ramadan to win a Gulf Air ticket or a shopping voucher for Bawadi Mall.

Iftar Buffet will be served in Elements Restaurant at Hili Rayhaan by Rotana for Dh99++ including Ramadan drinks. A Suhour Buffet will be available from 9.30pm until 3am for Dh49++ in the hotel’s Layali Ramadan tent.

New Seasons Restaurant in City Seasons Hotel will be offering Iftar for Dh79++, with a special discount for groups of over eight people. Suhour will be served in the same venue for Dh50++.

Iftars will be served at Mercure Grand Jebel Hafeet for Dh95 and Suhour for Dh75. Venue to be advised by the hotel.

An Iftar buffet will be served nightly in Arabesque at Danat Al Ain, while, in the hotel’s Layalini Café, from 8.30pm to 3am, traditional snacks and beverages will be served while Al Mahmoud plays the Qanoon.

During the first 10 days of Ramadan, Iftar Buffet in The Glass House at Al Al Faida One to One Hotel starts from Dh69 during the first 10 days of Ramadan. Thereafter, Dh89. Children’s activities will be available during Iftar from 8pm onwards. Suhour is served in the same venue starting from Dh49.

Shooters Restaurant at AESGC’s Shooting Club is serving an Iftar Buffet from 7pm to 9pm for Dh90. An a la carte menu is also available. Call 702 6520 or 050 136 4712 for reservations.

During July

Paco’s at Hilton Al Ain is featuring an a la carte burger challenge from 7pm to 11pm each evening. ‘Eat free if you can finish your burger’ is the challenge – otherwise, it’s Dh99!

 

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Grand Cinema – Al Ain Mall 751 1228
Rotana Cinema 754 4447
Oscar Cinema – Al Foah Mall 784 3535
Grand Cinema – Bawadi Mall 784 0300


 


 
 
     
 
 
 
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