Ramadan at Coral Beach Resort Sharjah, managed by HMH – Hospitality Management Holding, is always special, and this year too it will be absolutely irresistible. On offer are an array of enticing promotions thoughtfully crafted to provide guests an authentic and memorable experience from Iftar to Sohour.
Haytham Aziz, Hotel Manager, Coral Beach Resort Sharjah, said, “Our hotel’s unique beachfront setting overlooking the picturesque Arabian Gulf makes for an unforgettable experience. During Ramadan, the evenings come alive with families and friends getting together to share the blessings of the month from sunset to sahour. Like every year, we have a host of activities planned including the most sumptuous and distinctive Iftar featuring a large selection of local and international specialties, including shawarma stations, mezzeh, salads, soups and main courses along with an indulgent choice of desserts. The emphasis is on providing authentic Arabic cuisine including succulent grills and live cooking stations.”
Iftar Buffet: AED 109 per person
Group Iftar: AED 99 per person (min 10 people)
At Cote Jardin Restaurant including drinks
Private Iftar from AED 95 per person
Whether organising Corporate Iftars or family gatherings, our ballroom is ideal for both (capacity up to 300 people)
50% Discount for children from 6 to 12 years
Complimentary for children under 6 years, max 2 kids per family
*Terms and conditions apply
All prices are inclusive of 10% municipality fees & 10% service charge
The above rates are not subject to discounts and not valid in conjunction with any other offers
Published on May 23, 2017
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