Four Seasons in Riyadh to mark Ramadan in style

Four Seasons in Riyadh to mark Ramadan in style
Iftar and suhour buffet at the Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh
Updated 13 May 2018

Four Seasons in Riyadh to mark Ramadan in style

Four Seasons in Riyadh to mark Ramadan in style

This Ramadan, the Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh is offering an extensive selection of culinary experiences, embracing the holy month and the importance of celebrating this special time of the year with family and friends.

Iftar and suhour will be provided daily at dining outlets and the Ramadan tent in the Kingdom Ballroom. The hotel will also offer a Ramadan room package including iftar at the Ramadan Tent for a special rate.

The hotel said the tent would be a bigger and brighter affair this year, featuring a new color scheme and modern Arabesque-inspired decoration designed by BelleGate.

The buffet at the tent will feature traditional iftar dishes and global specialties including a variety of cold and hot mezze offerings, a sushi station, a salad bar, a homemade pasta station, and a juice bar among other options.

It will also have a Saudi corner presenting the Kingdom’s delicacies curated by Saudi chefs Anas Al-Sulaiyym, Rakan Aloraifi and Waleed Obaid. Executive chef Ahmed Fawzy has also provided his skills and experience.

In addition, all guests will have the opportunity to win one of the daily prizes presented during a raffle draw.

A kids’ corner will cater to the young ones, offering them an array of exciting activities.

Another addition to the tent will be a designated Teens’ Majlis — an outdoor area adorned in Ramadan lanterns with a traditional Saudi tent for guests to enjoy tea and coffee after iftar and socialize with friends and family.

The spot will have a selection of entertaining games such as mini golf and archery, in addition to Saudi board and card games such as carom and Baloot.

For corporate groups, the hotel’s catering team can arrange a private iftar in one of the hotel’s ballrooms.

This allows for a more personalized function catering to different needs, yet maintaining the same essence of Arabic hospitality. Culinary offerings for private iftars are also customizable.