Discover the delightful traditions of Iftar and Suhour in the Arabian Desert with Qasr Al Sultan this Ramadan 2018.
Qasr Al Sultan is a lifestyle destination situated in the Dubai desert. Located near Dubai Parks and Resorts, The Outlet Village and The Last Exit, Qasr Al Sultan is based on a Sultan’s palace and brings to life the celebrated luxury, hospitality and culinary richness of the region’s ancient monarchs.
During the Holy Month of Ramadan, Qasr Al Sultan will be offering experience that reflects the culture and history of the region, serving both Iftar and Suhoor and immersing guests in the warmth and majesty of Arabian hospitality, available from 14th May 2018 to 15th June 2018.
Designed to reflect the splendor of a Sultan’s palace, Qasr Al Sultan promises an enchanting ambiance, with a generous and family-friendly Iftar serving hot and cold mezzehs, roasted lamb ouzi, and shawarma from sunset to 9 pm. The destination also has a live dessert counter with delicious sweet treats, baklava, kunefa, and its famous homemade ice cream.
A variety of Qanoon, Riq, Violin and Oud players will entertain throughout Iftar, bringing an enchanting atmosphere to life.
Suhoor at Qasr al Sultan will take place between 10 pm and 2 am, when guests will be able to select from a sumptuous set menu, offering a selection of Arabic snacks and deliciously wholesome soups to create the perfect opportunity to relax with friends.
Guests can enjoy their Iftar and Suhoor at the new air-conditioned Dome Tent at Qasr Al Sultan, complete with a bustling selection of live cooking stations at the Grand Food Bazaar (details here) http://www.qasralsultan.ae/special-offers/ramadan/
Iftar*: AED 195 per person, Maghrib till 9 pm
Suhoor*: AED 150 per person, from 10 pm till 2 am
Children up to 5 years enjoy complimentary Iftar and Suhoor, 50% discount for children under 12 years old.48 hours advance reservation is a must. For reservations or enquiries, please visit www.qasralsultan.ae, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
800 Sultan (785826)