Speaking of the buffet, there is a massive live cooking station for our grilled and fresh food fanatics. A display of steaming dishes with lamb hares and a concoction of Majbooses filling the row near the live cooking station is tempting and wholesome. On one side, there is a selection of salad bars and snack plates for our weight watchers, followed by intercontinental desserts ranging from Umm Ali, Halawet, etc. to cheesecake and tiramisu. The drink station has its own spark with liquid dispensers offering an array of juices and soft drinks, even coffee and tea.
The variety is overwhelming and there is something for everyone. Second helpings are always optional depending on your appetite and if you still find yourself running out of choices, the servers at Hyatt are more than happy to meet your expectations.
Overall the experience was quite satisfying, it is hard to put into words an experience that was both minimal and yet ironically bold in by way of offerings.
Our verdict: A must visit.
The individual prices for diners begin at AED 140 including Arabic juices, soft drinks and water. For children, it starts from AED 70, with an exception for children under 6 years. For 6 years and younger, the buffet is free.
On the side note: Tailor made packages and special group rates are being offered to tempt business and organizations in the city to choose Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights as the perfect location to celebrate Ramadan together with colleagues.