On the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan, Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort hosted an Iftar for both Senses Centre and Special Needs Future Development Centre at the newly-renovated all-day-dining venue, Crescendo. The two organisations represent the empowerment of people with special needs and the overall mission to help integrate them into society. More than 80 people including children joined with their families over the course of two evenings to enjoy a lavish Iftar buffet showcasing traditional Arabic dishes as well as continental cuisine thoughtfully prepared by the property’s talented chefs. Traditional dishes from Ouzi platters, to fresh Manakish and live stations adorned with delectable Arabic sweet treats from Knfaeh to Luqaimat were abundant. The event is a part of the resort’s constant initiatives that are dedicated to support the local community and creating memorable moments of compassion.
James Hewitson, General Manager at Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort said: “Ramadan is a special time to come together and give back to the community. We have an ongoing commitment to encourage the betterment of our local surroundings as part of our corporate social responsibility program, and events such as these are just a small way of extending our gratitude.”
Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort offers a unique destination on Dubai’s iconic Palm Jumeirah, delivering the finest Arabian hospitality. With 293 rooms and villas, the resort boasts a collection of Over Water Villas as part of its striking Thai-inspired architecture, all with glass viewing panels to watch the sea-life beneath.
One and Two Bedroom Beach Pool Villas offer the ultimate in luxury, each one boasting a private swimming pool, whilst the resort’s distinctive Lagoon Access Rooms are ideal for families and provide direct access to the lagoons.