Millennium reflecting the holy month
During the Holy Month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar announced by the appearance of the new moon, The Millennium Hotel Abu Dhabi will open Layali El Alfeya Tent from sunset until 3 am. An Ouad player will entertain and shisha will be offered to guests. Freshly made fatier and Saj will be available (a Saj oven is to be placed in the gazebo). All traditional hot and cold Ramadan snacks and beverages will be offered. In the Citrus Restaurant, which opens from sunset until 10.30 pm, there is an Iftar Oriental Buffet featuring appetizers and mezzeh from around the region, shawarma, ouzi, fresh salads and Ramadan desserts. Iftar price: Dh135 plus 16 per cent per adult; Dh60 plus 16 per cent per child (6-12 years old); Suhour price: Dh110 plus 16 per cent.
The hotel’s Marakesh Restaurant will remain closed during Ramadan except for private and group parties. The ballroom will accept private Iftar functions, normal meetings and conferences. There are three menus to choose from for Dh130, Dh140 and Dh150, all subject to an additional 16 per cent/
Located on Khalifa Street, Millennium Hotel’s modern exterior of mirrored glass, makes a striking impact on its natural surroundings. Rising 16 floors with its 325 luxurious rooms and suites, it has set a standard of new services in the Emirates.
Each guestroom is complete with satellite TV, an electronic safe, IDD telephone and voicemail, fax, trouser press, mini bar. The hotel also has rooms for the physically challenged and specifically appointed non smoking floors.