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Emirates Palace hosts Eid celebration in the Ramadan Pavilion

The month-long fast, Ramadan, has winded down and closed for many of the participants in the Eid celebration.

Ramadan Pavilion

The month-long fast, Ramadan, has winded down and closed for many of the participants in the Eid celebration. For those of you who don’t know, Eid celebration also known as the Feast of Breaking the Fast is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of the month-long Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.

Emirates palace welcomed guests to celebrate the holy day on a pavilion that was specially made for the occasion names the Ramadan Pavilion. “The custom built pavilion sits on hundreds of square metres of ground, overlooking the beach on one side and stunning façade of the hotel on the other, and incorporated the existing 12- metre-high palm trees and grand fountain of the palace terrace,” describes Breaking Travel News report. Throughout the holy month, Emirates Palace welcomed thousands of guests and celebrated on Eid with hundreds of guests more.

Alexander Schneider, Emirates Palace hotel manager said: “After providing a limited Ramadan experience in 2012, Emirates Palace decided this year to create an out-of-this-world venue for residents and guests that truly reflects the legendary Emirati hospitality.”

About Emirates Palace: Emirates Palace, managed by Kempinski pays tribute to the finest Arabian culture and hospitality. The Emirates Palace is no stranger to celebrities, politicians, global business travelers, and leisure guests. This is due to the hotel’s perfect niche creation of bringing luxury travel to a much higher level. Experience a truly memorable and unique experience, luxurious contemporary facilities and amenities in comfortable and traditional Arabian surroundings with personalized world class service.

Situated on a 1.3 km stretch of private white pristine beach and on 100 hectares of manicured lawns and lush landscaped gardens, Emirates Palace comprises 394 luxury rooms and suites and a variety of award winning dining options.

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