The tales of the Arabian Nights are as old as time, where the charm of the desert meets the mystery of the sea, where all tastes and flavors come together in a tantalizing combination. This Ramadan, Rosewood Jeddah is taking guests back to the charm of old Arabia. The five-star hotel is inviting guests to share the timeless traditions of the holy month of Ramadan in an Arabesque atmosphere reflecting the rich heritage and culture of the Middle East.
It is promising a “heart-warming experience and delicious cuisine that can make guests feel at home” to celebrate the purity and divinity of Ramadan.
“Gather with your friends and family around the mouthwatering suhoor and iftar with our Arabian Nights-themed cuisine, bringing together the essence of Saudi Arabian, Moroccan, Egyptian, Syrian and Lebanese cuisines in one feast like no other,” the hotel said.
“Fill your nights with flavor and savor the warmth of the memories you will create of our ‘Soleil Lounge.’ The oasis-inspired decor of this lounge allows our guests to immerse themselves in the tranquillity and sanctuary it offers them while enjoying the professional and experienced service we provide for up to 200 individual family celebrations or gatherings, for the individual iftar price of SR330 ($88) per person.”
At the hotels’ Habsburg restaurant, guests can expect the “experience of a lifetime,” with a unique iftar or suhoor meal in a venue offering breathtaking views of the Red Sea.
Habsburg offers iftar and suhoor for individuals and groups at affordable prices and a special budget-tailored menu to fit all gatherings. The restaurant can accommodate 200 persons at a time.
“Ramadan is certainly the month of forgiveness, but it is also a month for sharing moments and creating memories that will last a lifetime,” said Mazen Allam, general manager of Rosewood Jeddah. “Our Ramadan celebrations are always highly anticipated and we are looking forward to immersing families and friends in the ultimate Ramadan experience.”
The hotel is situated on the Jeddah Corniche, one of the city’s most impressive locales, which runs parallel to the Red Sea for more than 20 miles.
It features individually designed and handcrafted rooms. The 101 guest rooms and 26 suites are elegantly furnished and reflect a contemporary aesthetic.
Guests can contact the hotel on 012-260 7111 to book for iftar or suhoor.