Celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan in the luxurious and indulging hospitality of Armani Hotel Dubai.
Experience the splendour of Iftar and Suhour with sweeping vistas of Dubai from Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building.
From awe-inspiring views of The Dubai Fountain to exemplary cuisine of the Mediterranean region, Armani/Mediterraneo’s Iftar buffet is the ideal way to break your fast during the Holy Month.
Time: Sunset to 9:30pm (Dinner Buffet)
Price: AED 260 excluding Ramadan beverages and AED 290 including Ramadan beverages
Location: Ground Floor, Burj Khalifa
Experience the exclusive celebration of Ramadan Iftar or Suhour with tailored events for your organisation. Savour your choice of Iftar or Suhour inclusive of soft drinks and juices in the elegant ambience of the Armani/Ballroom.
Price: From AED 235
For further information, please visit the Armani Hotel Website or call Tel: (+971)4 888 3444 or 800 ARMANI (276264)
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