Oman hotels gear up with Iftar delicacies

Oman Monday 26/February/2024 20:25 PM
By: Times News Service
Oman hotels gear up  with Iftar delicacies

Muscat: As the holy month of Ramadan approaches, the hotels in Oman, are all set to welcome it with a range of exciting offers.

Hoteliers say that Arabic specialities, traditional Omani cuisine and western delicacies will again dominate the Iftar offers at various hotels this Ramadan.

Nestled in an oasis of thirty acres of gardens, enclosed by sprawling greens and clusters of mango trees, Al Nahda Resort & Spa, which provides the ultimate in tranquility and relaxation, will be offering a captivating experience, blending the essence of Ramadan, where guests can enjoy both Iftar and Suhoor starting from OMR 10.

Located in the heart of the desert, the luxury hotel in the South Batinah region of the Sultanate of Oman - where luxury meets adventure, Dunes by Al Nahda is delighted to unveil its exclusive Iftar and Suhoor menus at Fleur Restaurant at Dunes, the enchanting outdoor haven that captivates guests with its scenic views of the deserts.

Throughout the holy month, the Fleur Restaurant welcomes diners to indulge in gastronomic excellence as it showcases exceptional set menus tailored just for the occasion. Up in the mountains, Sahab Resort and Spa culinary wizards have crafted a world-class Iftar experience that showcases the rich diversity of cuisine, culture, and craftsmanship.

From traditional Middle Eastern delicacies to exotic Far Eastern flavors, guests can indulge in a feast that transcends time and place.

The iftar spread will comprise multiple attractive live stations, tantalising soups, salads and appetisers along with a delectable selection of traditional and international sweets and desserts.

Built on the canyon edge of Al Hajar Mountain range at 2000 mts. above the sea level, the guests will experience heightened pleasures in everything they do during the Holy Month!

“The hypnotic trance of the waves emerging from the subtle sound of water, the canyon flowing through the gorges and the breeze of pure air will bring you even closer to nature. Allow yourself to enter the deep levels of relaxation as you meditate on the yoga ground at the edge of green mountains, also a site for infinite sunlight this Ramadan,” said Arup Singh Deo, Director of Operations and Projects at Al Nahda Hotels & Resorts.

He also said Ramadan is a time for prayers, and there’s no better place to celebrate it than in Oman.

As the holy month of Ramadan dawns, many other hotels in the city extend a warm invitation to travelers seeking a distinctive and serene Ramadan experience.

During these 30 days, individuals engage in fasting, prayer, reflection, and community activities.