Ramadan Memories: Chef Chadi, Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites

Ramadan to me means a time of spiritual reflection and a time of coming together with family, friends and your local communities. A special Ramadan memory that I will never forget is my first experience of the Holy Month in the UAE together with my colleagues. Being away from families in our home countries we…

Restaurant Timings Across Marriott Hotels During Ramadan

1. JW MARRIOTT MARQUIS HOTEL DUBAI Alcohol is served post sunset at the outlets (excluding the ones that serve Iftar) • Vault: Daily 5pm to 3am • Prime68: Daily sunset to midnight and Friday 068 Brunch • Aqua: Daily 11am to 8.30pm • Garden/Square: Daily 6pm to midnight • Tong Thai: Monday 6pm to 2am…

HOW YOU CAN MAKE THIS A REWARDING RAMADAN!

“As the pace of the city tones down during the Holy month of Ramadan, we are provided with the perfect opportunity to reflect on our life, give back to the community and become better versions of ourselves.”, shares Katrin Müller, Director of Loyalty Marketing – Marriott International. Personally, Katrin enjoys spending quality time with her…

Enjoying Iftar The Right Way

This blog has been written by Chef Debrup Mitra, Executive Chef, JW Marriott Hotel Dubai Start with soups for the soul   What better soul food than a good hearty soup to kick off your Iftar right? Soups are warm, soothing on the stomach and help in preventing bloating or any stomach discomfort. If you’re preparing…

How To Avoid Feeling Thirsty While Fasting

To prevent dehydration while fasting during Ramadan, what you consume between Iftar and Suhour can go a long way. And if you eat and drink right during this period, you can avoid feeling dehydrated while fasting during the day. We enlisted the expertise of Executive Chef Debrup Mitra at JW Marriott Dubai to share some tips:…