Sun, 29 April 2018
Seeped in customs and rituals of The Holy Month, Ramadan at Sheraton Bahrain Hotel is an experience not to be missed.
Sheraton Bahrain Hotel is a popular destination for Ramadan festivities, whether you’re a resident of the Kingdom or a fleeting visitor. Take a journey through the various outlets and taste its many delights throughout the day and night.
Iftar at Awali Ballroom
Known for its complete Ramadan experience, Awali Ballroom boasts a traditional Arabic décor in a neutral colour palette. Palatial arches engraved with fine mosaic, carved mahogany wood panelling and a twin tent roof with stunning wrought iron chandeliers create a distinct and sophisticated ambience. Iftar dishes includes traditional Arabic dishes, international menu option, customary Arabic juices, a huge variety of cold meze and starters, a dates corner fit for the occasion, a crepe station and exciting desserts that guests love. Iftar buffet is served from sunset to 8.30pm, priced at BD16++ from Sunday to Wednesday, and BD18++ from Thursday to Saturday, for adults. Children from four to 12 years are charged BD8.500++ and below four years dine for free.
Ghabga at Al Safir Restaurant
Ghabga means “gathering”, and in Bahrain it’s a time when family and friends get together after Iftar, and this can last until late morning.
The hotel will be serving a daily ghabga at Al Safir Restaurant from 9pm to 2am, priced at BD12.900++ for adults.
Al Safir Restaurant, which is an all-day-dining outlet, will be opened during daytime as well throughout Ramadan. It will serve a buffet breakfast from 6.30am to 10.30am, priced at BD10.500++; business lunch buffet from 12.30pm to 3.30pm, priced at BD9; and à la carte menu until 4pm.
A special à la carte menu will be offered throughout the day.
Espressamente Illy Café
The café will be open daily from 4pm until midnight.
Call 17 533-533 for reservations and more information or book online at www.sheratonbahrain.com