Here are our top picks for Abu Dhabi’s best Suhoors
Le Royal Méridien Abu Dhabi
Celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan with one of the finest traditional tents in town, the “Layali EI Hilmiya” tent. A Suhoor a’ la carte menu with a variety of entertainment will be available to guests. The air-conditioned tent will offer an array of hot and cold mezzes, fateer, and traditional saj to name just a few of the many delicacies on offer, all made in front of you. Sweets cannot be missed either with the season’s specialties like achtaliyeh, kunafa and qatayef. Ramadan juices and teas complete the offerings. A variety of live entertainment options will set the mood, such as games, large TV screenings of your favorite Ramadan programs, a live Oudh player and more. Set menu options available starting from AED 150, a’ la carte options also available. Open daily from 9pm to 3am.
Le Royal Méridien Abu Dhabi, 800 101 101
When Emirates Palace does anything, it’s memorable and their Suhoor experience is unrivalled. The Palace’s custom-built pavilion offers comfortable seating, sheer curtains and grand windows with stunning views of the beach that create a magical ambiance for your perfect Suhoor. The a’ la carte menu features inspired culinary creations. AED 180 minimum spend for the Suhoor a la carte menu. Served from 10pm to 2am.
Emirates Palace, 02 690 7999
Fairmont Bab Al Bahr
Set in the Al Andalus tent guests are invited to fully indulge in a delicious array of Lebanese inspired a la carte items, including savory and sweet treats. A live Oud player will set a relaxing tone for guests enjoy Suhoor. From 10pm to 3am weekdays, 10pm to 3.30am weekends. AED 180 minimum spend per person.
Fairmont Bab Al Bahr, 02 654 3238
Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi
Al Maryah Ballroom acts as the central staging point for the property’s month-long series of daily Iftar and Suhoor packages. Transforming for the Holy Month into an authentic Ramadan tent inspired by a traditional, Middle Eastern design. Suhoor promises to deliver a range of exciting tastes, with a sharing-style set menu of Middle Eastern and International cuisine. Suhoor will be AED 175 per person and available from 10pm to 2am.
Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi, 02 333 2444
Marriott Downtown Abu Dhabi
Take in the spectacular views of the city on the 25th floor, unwind and enjoy the evening breeze. Held at Grill@25, Suhoor will be available daily. An a’ la carte menu is available from 8pm to 2am.
Marriott Downtown Abu Dhabi, 02 304 7777
The Ritz Carlton, Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal
Mijana welcomes guests in a relaxing al fresco setting, where family and friends enjoy an a’ la carte menu featuring Arabian favorites served daily from 7.30pm to 2am accompanied by a variety of board games and a traditional oud player.
The Ritz Carlton, Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal, 02 818 8282
Anantara Eastern Mangroves
Recreate an authentic Bedouin experience at this enchanting Suhoor overlooking the Mangroves. Share tranquil moments with family and friends while relishing in a light a la carte menu.
Suhoor will be served in the hotel’s tent from 10pm to 3am. Prices start from AED 150 per person. Anantara Eastern Mangroves, 02 656 1000
Hilton Abu Dhabi
Hilton Abu Dhabi is preparing for the Holy Month of Ramadan by bringing back its cherished tent. The air-conditioned space can house up to 150 guests and will be open daily starting from 15th May for Iftar, from 7pm onwards, followed by Suhoor. Located near the popular Hiltonia Beach Garden, the Ramadan tent has been a favourite of Abu Dhabi residents for several years. For Suhoor, an a la carte menu featuring cold and hot mezze will also be available in the tent from 9pm.
Hilton Abu Dhabi, 02 692 4247
*Prices displayed are inclusive of 10% Service Charge, 6% Tourism Fee, 4% Municipality Fee and 5% VAT. All the information was correct at time of publishing. To avoid disappointment we suggest always contacting the venue in advance.