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Cairo Marriott Hotel is Catering to Hungry Spirits This Ramadan

With diverse menus, venues and experiences, Cairo Marriott Hotel is making Iftar and Suhoor gatherings even greater joys.

John Bichara

Cairo Marriott Hotel is Catering to Hungry Spirits This Ramadan

As the holy month of Ramadan ensconces us in an atmosphere of peace and spirituality in the air, giving us a special opportunity to gather with loved ones over iftar and suhoor meals, Cairo Marriott Hotel & Omar Khayyam Casino is offering royal outings that will have families and friends taken care of like kings and queens within the halls of this historic palace. The hotel is taking care of all culinary arrangements and hosting responsibilities with their world-class chefs so you can focus on enjoying the occasion - whether it’s intimate meals with close circles or grand celebrations with extended family and friends.

Cairo Marriott also offers catering services to your home, with a menu of your choice. For bookings and inquiries, contact +02 27394631.

The Indoor Palatial Ballrooms

For a regal indoor experience, you can have your Iftar and Suhoor at one of Cairo Marriott Hotels’ classic ballrooms, complete with a menu of your choice, in addition to live cooking stations.

The Patio

If perhaps a buffet experience is essential to your Ramadan excursions, you can enjoy Iftar and Suhoor at The Patio with an open buffet and live cooking stations. The Patio also features live entertainment during the weekend.

Egyptian Nights

Craving an authentically Egyptian Ramadan experience? The Egyptian Nights restaurant truly delivers with an a la carte menu and live ‘takht’ Middle Eastern music.

The Garden Promenade Café

For a more casual experience, you can enjoy Iftar and Suhoor at The Garden Promenade Café with views of the palace’s ornate arches and verdant gardens, allowing you to dine like royalty.

The Bakery

Catering to the sweetest of traditions, the bakery will be serving up all sorts of long beloved Ramadan treats, from basbousa to kunafa and everything in between.