Haute Hot Spots: This Year’s Best Dubai Ramadan Tents

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Whether you enjoy taking Iftar indoors or outdoors, there are certainly plenty of choices for either setting this Ramadan. In which Ramadan tents are you most likely to find Dubai’s heavy hitters? Check out these haute hot spots in honor of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

The Almas Tent at Dubai Media City

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Dubai Media City is home to one of the largest and most luxurious Ramadan tents in Dubai.

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No article about the most luxurious Ramadan tents in Dubai would be complete without mentioning the Almas tent in Dubai Media City. At 15,000 square meters, this is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, Ramadan tents in all of the Middle East.

The Almas Ramadan tent seats more than 1,200 people and is decorated in the style of a traditional Arabian bazaar. Diners who are fortunate enough to acquire a table for Iftar at the Almas will enjoy world-class Arabian cuisine. The tent even offers private VIP lounges with their own dedicated waiters, so it may be a bit difficult to catch sight of celebrities at the Almas. Nonetheless, it’s worth giving it a try because the combination of the incredible food and luxurious atmosphere make the experience absolutely fabulous.

In addition to dining, the Almas Ramadan tent offers prayer rooms, valet parking, and a stunning lakeside terrace.

Caravan at Ritz-Carlton Dubai

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Traditional Ramadan dishes receive a scrumptious makeover at the Ritz-Carlton’s Ramadan tent.

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The Ritz-Carlton Dubai is serving up a fabulous international twist on traditional Ramadan cuisine at its Caravan tent. World-class chefs have innovated and transformed traditional Ramadan dishes from the Arab world, India, Indonesia, and Malaysia into new delightful wonders. Taking Iftar at the Ritz-Carlton this year is sure to be an experience to remember.

The ambiance is that of an Arabian oasis, with indoor and outdoor seating available in the Ramadan tent. The Ritz-Carlton is perfect for more intimate Iftar gatherings.

The Palm Garden Tent at The Sheraton

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The Sheraton Jumeirah Beach’s air conditioned Al Hadiqa Ramadan tent features oud and tabla playing along with culinary delicacies.

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The Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort at Dubai Marina has themed this year’s Holy Month tent “Ramadan Nights.” The resort’s Palm Garden Restaurant is offering a buffet Iftar, and its Al Hadiqa tent will serve Iftar and Suhoor meals a la carte.

The Al Hadiqa tent is air conditioned and offers traditional oud and tabla playing all night. The Ramadan tent also features an open kitchen for diners who enjoy watching their food being prepared. The exquisite food offerings are traditional Arabic mezzeh, sharwarma and mixed grills, with every dish sure to excite the palate.

Layali Tent at Kempinski Hotel

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The Layali Ramadan tent is so popular that reservations are recommended.

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Kempinski Hotel and Residences in Palm Jumeirah is offering its Layali Ramadan tent this year on the terrace of its Brunello Restaurant throughout the Holy Month. The hotel’s world-class chefs serve up a delicious array of traditional Iftar fare in a social atmosphere perfect for breaking your fast.

Kempinski’s Ramadan tent is arguably one of Dubai’s most popular. Reservations are recommended for diners who want to try this luxurious Ramadan tent.

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