Fawanees Ramadan Tent in Riyadh’s Al Faisaliyah Hotel

 Experience iftar at the spectacular Fawanees Ramadan Tent in Riyadh’s Al Faisaliah Hotel.

The Fawanees iftar experience is no doubt one of the best Ramadan tents in Riyadh. Fawanees bestows traditional Arabian hospitality that is synonymous with the spirit of Ramadan and grants an exclusive Iftar experience in elegance and lovely ambiance. Bursting with a selection of  mouth-watering dishes, the indulgent spread prepared by the hotel’s talented chefs truly embraces the spirit of the occasion.

At Fawanees you’ll find numerous live cooking stations serving a wide array of traditional Arabic and international cuisines. My favorite Sushi station is here of all the Ramadan buffets in town. They have spectacular ice sculptures, an amazing dessert buffet, immaculate service and for the families with children they have a kids play area. The kids play area has nannies to help watch over your kids so you may dine on the ballroom and have your children well looked after at the kids area, where they even have their own buffet. Kids can play in the soft play area, play games, trampoline or bouncy castle. There’s face painting and many other activities to keep them entertained.

More information on the Fawanees Experience: 
 
ILLUMINATE THE TRADITIONS OF RAMADAN IN THE GLOW OF FAWANEES
 
The tradition of lighting the lanterns during the Holy Month is believed to have begun in the Fatimid dynasty in 10th century, when they were lit to announce the end of each day’s fast.
 
Rediscover this tradition with the ‘Fawanees Experience’ at Al Faisaliah Hotel, lit up by numerous lanterns. The largest Ramadan gathering in the Kingdom for over 9 years, Fawanees is the benchmark for radiant Ramadan experiences in Riyadh.
Faisaliah ramadan tent in Riyadh

The lavish decor at Faislaiyah hotel’s Fawanees Ramadan Tent

 

Faisaliyah Ramadan tent in Riyadh

The famous Sushi station with ice sculptures at Fawanees Faisaliyah hotel Ramadan Tent in Riyadh

The details of the Fawanees Ramadan tent in Riyadh:

SAR 375 per person

 
Children between 6 to 12 years of age dine with 50% discount
 
Children below 6 years of age dine with our compliments
 

Ramadan beverages, Arabic coffee and tea included

 
To avoid disappointment, advance reservations are required. Please call: 011 273 2222″
Discover more restaurants in Riyadh here: Riyadh Restaurants 
Find Things to do during Eid Al Fitr Holidays in Riyadh here; Eid al Fitr in Riyadh 

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Hello there! I’m Laura, the founder of Blue Abaya- the first travel blog in Saudi Arabia, established in 2010.  Travel has always been my passion- so far I’ve visited 70 countries and I’m always on the lookout for new adventures inside and outside of Saudi Arabia!

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