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Ramadan offers at Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai

A memorable Ramadan celebration is being planned by the Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai. Embark on a gastronomical journey with an indulgent Iftar buffet featuring the finest and most authentic Arabian and international flavors at the Bein restaurant.

Eric Seso, General Manager of Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai, said, “Ramadan is a time for self-reflection and renewal as well as family celebrations. In the true spirit of the Holy month we have created exciting menus at the Bein restaurant at Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai offering an exceptional experience to guests this Ramadan. Our special menus for Iftar feature a fascinating variety of traditional and international dishes including delectable desserts and beverages.”

Throughout Ramadan, the chefs at the Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai will take diners on an enchanting culinary journey with appetizing rotational menus offering a mix of flavors including a variety of hot and cold appetizers, oriental and international salad bar, a vast selection of main dishes, traditional lamb ouzi, shawarma as well as mouth-watering sweet treats such as dates tower, mohalabia, baklava and knafeh.

IFTAR
AED 129 net per person
Bein – all-day-dining restaurant
Sunset to 9:30pm
Kids below 6 years dine free while those between 6 and 12 years enjoy 50% discount.

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