One of the most exciting parts of Ramadan in Dubai is the luxurious Ramadan tents that are set up exclusively for Iftar and Suhoor by the best restaurants and hotels. These tents are anything but ordinary, set up in a lavish space with extravagant seating arrangements and royal decorations. The spread is always impeccable, with an array of delicacies from around the world that will keep you satisfied for the rest of the day.

If you are planning to spend Ramadan in Dubai, a Ramadan Tent experience is one you cannot miss. Here are some of the best Ramadan Tents in Dubai for 2023 to help you choose your favorite.

The Best Ramadan Iftar Tents in Dubai

Asateer Tent at Atlantis, The PalmAsateer Tent

The Asateer Tent at Atlantis, The Palm, is one of Dubai’s most popular Ramadan tents, and for a good reason. The tent is beautifully adorned with glamorous, Arab-inspired designs. The Iftar buffet at Asateer features a wide range of Middle Eastern and international dishes that rotate daily, as well as live cooking stations and a variety of desserts.

Price: Adult: AED 270 (Mon-Thu), AED 290 (Fri-Sun)

Al Majlis Tent at Madinat JumeirahAl Majlis Ramadan Tent

Al Majlis Tent at Madinat Jumeirah is one of the best Ramadan tents in Dubai. The tent is beautifully decorated with traditional Arabic furnishings and offers stunning views of the Burj Al Arab. The iftar buffet features many Middle Eastern and international dishes, including traditional Arabic sweets and desserts.


  • Iftar: AED 330 per person
  • Suhoor: AED 260 minimum spend per person

Fairuz GardenFairuz Garden

Fairuz Garden at Fairmont, The Palm in Dubai, stands as an exquisite Ramadan tent renowned for its captivating ambiance. Dazzled with vibrant lanterns, luxurious cushions, and intricate Arabic designs, the tent radiates a hospitable and inviting environment.

Delight in an extensive iftar buffet that showcases over 150 Arabian, International, Indian, and Asian culinary delights created by resident restaurants Flow Kitchen and Seaview Garden. Complemented by live cooking stations and an array of delectable desserts, the experience is elevated by live entertainment, featuring traditional oud players and other instrumentalists. Additionally, a Suhoor a la carte menu caters to diverse palates, ensuring a memorable dining experience.


  • Adult: AED 295 per person for Iftar, A la carte for Suhoor
  • Child: AED 147.5 per child

Terrace Between The TowersTerrace Between The Towers

The Terrace between the Towers is a unique Iftar experience in the Jumeirah Emirates Towers. The Iftar is situated on the hotel’s rooftop terrace, offering stunning views of the Dubai skyline, including the Museum of the Future.

The decor is elegant and modern, with sleek furniture, colorful lighting, and Arabic designs. The iftar buffet features various Middle Eastern and international dishes in a luxurious yet intimate setting.


  • AED 315 per person for Iftar
  • AED 220 per person for Suhoor

The Majlis  

The Majlis DWTC

Located at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the Ramadan Majlis Lounge is one of the city’s most popular Ramadan tent experiences and offers both Iftar and Suhoor options. The tent is a beautifully decorated space that provides the perfect setting for breaking the fast with friends and family.

The decor is a mix of traditional and contemporary, with luxurious seating, ornate chandeliers, and soft lighting that creates a warm and inviting atmosphere. The iftar buffet features a wide range of Middle Eastern dishes and international cuisine that caters to all tastes.

The tent also offers shisha and live entertainment, making it a great spot to unwind and relax after a long day of fasting.


  • Adult: AED 215 per person for Iftar, AED 120 per person minimum spend for Suhoor
  • Child: AED 85 per child

Laylati Majlis at Grand Hyatt Dubai Conference & Exhibition Centre

Laylati Tent

Nestled within the Grand Hyatt Dubai Conference & Exhibition Centre, Laylati Majlis welcomes you into a world of rich flavors and traditional delights. From sunset until 8:30 p.m., this exquisite tent invites you to partake in an authentic Iftar experience. The menu, adorned with Ramadan favorites such as meat madfoun, chicken mandi, and saffron rice, takes you on a culinary journey through the heart of Middle Eastern cuisine.

As the evening unfolds, you can also indulge in suhoor. The ambiance is nothing short of magical, with the Grand Hyatt Dubai Conference & Exhibition Centre at Oud Metha providing a perfect backdrop for your Ramadan celebrations.


  • Adult: AED 249 per person for Iftar, a la carte for Suhoor
  • Child: AED 150 per child

Ramadan Majlis at Mandarin Oriental Jumeirah

Mandarin Oriental Ramadan Majlis

For a touch of sophistication and artistic flair, the Mandarin Oriental Jumeira’s Ramadan Majlis is a must-visit destination. This tent offers an iftar experience from sunset to 9 p.m., and suhoor from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

As you savor Middle Eastern fare, including dishes from Netsu by Ross Shonhan and Tasca by José Avillez, you’ll find yourself immersed in an upmarket and elegant beachside experience.

What sets this majestic tent apart is the collaboration with award-winning Emirati poet Dr. Afra Atiq. Her bespoke verses adorn contemporary art installations at The Majlis, creating an ambiance that seamlessly blends tradition with modernity.


  • Adult: AED 395 per person for Iftar, a la carte for Suhoor
  • Child: AED 197.5 per child

Bulgari Majlis

Indulge in sophistication at Bulgari Majlis, an annual Ramadan event at Bulgari Resort Dubai. With a theme of “Celebrating Ramadan in Full Colour,” this luxurious tent blends Italian style with Middle Eastern charm. Set against the stunning backdrop of the private marina, guests can enjoy sunset views and Arabic melodies while savoring a fusion of Italian and Arabic cuisine.

Price: AED 485 per person for Iftar, AED 300 minimum spend for Suhoor

Looking for more exciting Iftars in Dubai? Check out our full guide.