Special Offers

Ramadan at Meydan

Celebrate the season and enjoy a unique Ramadan experience at The Meydan hotel.

The hotel is offering iftar or suhour with stunning views for only AED 150 per person, including traditional Ramadan beverages.

Enjoy Iftar at the Farriers Restaurant and Suhour at the Meydan Majlis. Also situated nearby is the Meydan Bazaar from which guests can purchase unique handcrafted gifts and homewares.

Ramadan rates at The Meydan hotel are available throughout the holy month.

For inquiries and reservations please call +9714 381 3111 or visit the hotel website.

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