For the first year running, Grand Hyatt Dubai has put together a Ramadan cultural stay package, which lets visitors discover the city of Dubai in its most special time of the year.
Avail the great offer of the cultural basic package or upgrade to the premium package for only AED 160 per person per stay, where guests receive a tailor-made cultural discovery map upon check-in; including insights into the must visit places during this holy month, exclusive vouchers, an evening meal at their Grand Iftar once during the stay and much more…
Cultural basic package:
Stay at Grand Hyatt Dubai during the holy month of Ramadan starting from AED 535 on a room only basis and enjoy a free upgrade to a Creek view room. Receive a special Ramadan in room amenity daily at sunset. Children below 12 years stay for free (maximum of 2 kids per 2 adults).
Upgrade to cultural premium package:
Experience what Ramadan in Dubai is truly about and receive numerous benefits in addition to the regular cultural package for only AED 160 per person and AED 80 per child per stay duration. Receive a tailor-made cultural discovery map upon check-in; including insights into the must visit places during this holy month and exclusive vouchers to explore and enjoy Dubai. Indulge in an evening meal at the Grand Iftar in our impressive ballroom once during the stay and relish Arabic coffee and sweets in Al Nakheel lounge once during the stay.
The upgraded package can be requested upon arrival at the reception desk when the cultural basic package is booked.
More about the Grand Iftar
All throughout the holy month of Ramadan, Grand Hyatt Dubai has the pleasure of hosting a variety of special and unique Arabic restaurants from around the region that are known for their heritage and cuisine. Enjoy a truly authentic Ramadan experience renowned in Amman, Damascus, Beirut and Cairo through the presence of our specialty guest chefs:
– The guest chef from Habiba Kitchen from Amman will be presenting the best in kunafeh
– Enjoy a wide selection of classic Arabic drinks created by chef Abou Alaa’ from Syria
– Savor the original Bakdash ice cream from Souk Al Hamidiya of Damascus
– Gahsh Restaurant of Cairo presents traditional Egyptian delicacies and foul
Furthermore, Egyptian style koshari and Syrian saj manakish sit alongside the best of Lebanese cuisine from Grand Hyatt’s own Awtar restaurant.
…be ready to explore the buzzing and vibrant city of Dubai as it comes alive at night like never before!