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Celebrate Ramadan with five-star dining at Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel

Exclusive Palm Jumeirah address, Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel, offers a luxury five-star escape into a world of glamour and exclusivity during the Holy Month of Ramadan. 

Situated on a pristine stretch of coastline overlooking the Arabian Gulf, the five-star resort boasts a magnificent private beach overlooking Dubai Marina, an infinity pool that has to be seen to be believed and an indoor that offers the perfect respite from the heat during the hot summer months. Guests can experience unrestrained luxury in one of the 279 rooms and suites or opt for one of the 285 one-bedroom apartments for an extended stay. 

Home to several impressive restaurants and bars, Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel, offers diners the best of British cuisine, flavourful Indian favourites, sizzling steaks and refreshing beverages. 

Throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, Dukes the Palm will be hosting regional and international festive feasts throughout its luxurious restaurants, providing friends and families with a memorable Iftar experience. 

Ramadan Dukes Dubai Iftar

Guests in search of a traditional Arabian Iftar should visit The Great British Restaurant for a Royal Iftar. Befitting the name, guests can tuck into a lavish selection of traditional Middle Eastern dishes alongside tried and tested international favourites. Highlights include a shawarma and saj station, baked lamb kofta bil batatas, Moroccan plum lamb tagine, Indian zaffran pulao, Jordanian lamb mansaf, plus hammour with fennel and mixed grills prepared fresh from a live cooking station. Families can enjoy the live Oud musician’s smooth sounds as they end the evening with aromatic teas and Arabic coffees. Available daily from sunset to 11pm. AED 120 per person (including soft beverages and Ramadan juices), children aged seven to twelve receive a 50% discount and children aged six and below dine for free.

Ramadan Dukes Dubai Khyber

This Holy Month, North Indian restaurant Khyber welcomes guests to indulge in a mystical Iftar experience full of Indian delicacies. Located on the 15th floor of the hotel, the spacious restaurant with a beautiful terrace area promises to take guests on a culinary journey through the majestic Mughal era. Enjoy a selection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, including Doodhiya Kalmiya and juicy keema seekh kababs, hearty mains featuring Handi Lazeez and classic daal Makhani, and for dessert, unique takes on ras malai and shahi Turka. Available daily from sunset to 11pm. AED 140 per person (including soft beverages and Ramadan juices), children aged seven to twelve receive a 50% discount and children aged six and below dine for free.

Ramadan Dukes Dubai Suhoor

Guests at Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel, are invited to indulge in a Suhoor set menu carefully curated for those who wish to enjoy Suhoor within the comfort of their rooms. An array of traditional Suhoor delicacies will be served along with a variety of fresh Ramadan juices. Available daily, from 1am to 3am. AED 90 per person (including soft beverages and Ramadan juices), children aged seven to twelve receive a 50% discount and children aged six and below dine for free.

For a memorable Ramadan at an exclusive Palm Jumeirah location, Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel, ticks all the boxes.

GO Email dining.dubai@dukeshotel.com or call (0)4 455 1101 for reservations and more information.

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David Tapley - Editor
Dubai-based editor for one of the region’s most fiercely local lifestyle publications across Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai and Qatar. Specialised in food, hospitality, arts, culture, and travel-related content.

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