Ramadan journey at Park Hyatt Jeddah
Arab News - Wed, May 24th 2017 12:00 AM
Ramadan journey at Park Hyatt Jeddah
This Ramadan, Park Hyatt Jeddah is partnering with luxury real-estate company Damac and Abdul Latif Jameel Motors to offer fun family activities and a test drive of Toyota cars.
Park Hyatt Jeddah will take its guests on a unique culinary journey through historic Jeddah’s narrow, bustling alleys, which tell the story of the city’s beautiful past.
The decor of the hotel’s restaurants will highlight Al-Balad district, the heart of historic Jeddah, reflecting the beautiful architecture and lively souks of a bygone era.
“Ramadan owes its distinctive flair to the congenial atmosphere the district engenders on intimate iftar and suhoor occasions,” said Ashwini Kumar, general manager of Park Hyatt Jeddah.
Nafoura will serve iftar only, while Andalusia will serve iftar and suhoor. The lavish buffets will feature live cooking stations serving international, oriental and traditional Hijazi dishes.
The buffets will also offer a selection of Ramadan’s most popular desserts. The Lounge will open its doors after iftar, inviting guests to enjoy assorted desserts and refreshing beverages while relaxing beside the Red Sea and King Fahd’s Fountain.
For corporate clients, the resort’s events team will be on hand to assist in planning iftars and suhoors in the Lazurde or Al-Sobha ballrooms.
Both are located amid gardens featuring palm courtyards and facing the Red Sea and King Fahd’s Fountain. Lazurde can accommodate up to 400 guests, while Al-Sobha can host up to 200.
On the first day of Eid, guests can enjoy a lavish breakfast (6 a.m. to 11 a.m.) at Lazurde and Nafoura, or a scrumptious Eid brunch (1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) at Nafoura.
For dinner, a special buffet awaits guests at Nafoura (7 p.m. to midnight), available only on the first three days of Eid.
Andalusia restaurant offers diners an exquisite Moroccan experience (7:00 p.m. to midnight), also on the first three days only.
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