Throughout this Holy month of blessing, experience the delicious Iftar buffet with friends at Media One Hotel. Dubai's Media City's vibrant hotel, is offering a unique experience within the evocative and exclusive environment of its spacious, yet stylish areas. The hotel opens its doors to pay tribute to Arabic traditions during the holy month of Ramadan. Guests are welcomed to experience the genuine hospitality of Arabia in THE MED our signature restaurant, for inviting Iftar, offering the opportunity to create memorable evenings. Sumptuous array of traditional Iftar buffets and daily flavoured Ouzi will be served from sunset until 8.30pm for only AED 120 per person, with special deals for large groups.
To enjoy a relaxing evening post – Iftar, join us for shisha under the stars upper floor at The MED terrace with stunning views over the Palm Jumeirah or Z:ONE lounge with air conditioned terrace; catch sight of the remarkable work by local artist, Helen Abbas, on display throughout the month. Her collections infuse a modern perspective into traditional calligraphic techniques.
Helen, studied graphic design and fine arts in Damascus. Looking at colours and abstract from a different perspective, she has clearly developed her own style with bold colour and abstract type of art are visible in her works. Helen's artworks have been showcased in Destination Dubai Guest Book latest edition & Arjowiggins Creative Directory designed by North55.
Luke James, Operations Director, said: “The Holy Month of Ramadan highlights the spirit of charity and togetherness. Celebrating these values, Media One Hotel will offer guests a refreshing yet authentic Arabian experience. We are delighted to be hosting Helen Abbas's contemporary art and calligraphy exhibition as her abstractions are expressions of a unique style that breaks boundaries and speaks to an international audience”.
Media One Cares is the name given to the hotel's CSR programme to raise funds and organise programmes to help uplift the disadvantaged in the UAE society and Ramadan is a key time to work with local charities. “Media One has plenty to offer its customers during Ramadan” said Luke James. “The main aim is to raise as much money as possible for the good causes of the UAE, to sustain their local projects throughout the coming year.”
The Ramadan activities start from 8th July and finish on the last day of Eid