LE Meridien Abu Dhabi is offering a special Ramadan rate of Dh550++ ($148) including Iftar buffet for single deluxe occupancy and Dh625 double deluxe.
A different turn has been taken this year to make Ramadan celebrations a special event by setting aside the Talay and Wakataua restaurants for all Ramadan activities.
Guests not choosing a meal plan can enjoy iftar for Dh95 per person at Talay. Sohur takes place at Wakkatua at 2am, until which time guests can enjoy a shisha, delicious snacks or a game of cards or Dominos with friends.
Le Meridien has kept 3 restaurants open for the non-Muslim customer, Pappagallo, La Brassiere & Le Bistrot.
Located in the heart of the city, with its close proximity to the business district as well as to the many major attractions, and having its own private beach and a unique selection of 15 restaurants and bars has makes it ideal for tourists and business travellers.
It’s newly refurbished 233 rooms, brings together a complete new look with a unique selection of decorations, colours and exquisite furnishings.
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