Radisson aims to create memorable moments throughout Ramadan

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Middle East
  • Date: 09-May-2021
  • Source: Saudi Gazette
  • Sector: Tourism
  • Country: Middle East
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Radisson aims to create memorable moments throughout Ramadan

JEDDAH — From rustling up meals to break the fast, to getting together through virtual Iftar gatherings, the world has marked a socially distanced holy month of Ramadan for the second year straight. However, looking at the positive side, compared to movement restrictions to congregational prayers and restaurant closures of 2020, Ramadan 2021 is remarkably better from the holy month last year. The governments’ efforts over the past months have made it possible to return to a certain new normality, allowing nationals and residents to enjoy and embrace this year’s Ramadan spirit, while maintaining a safe social distance. Whilst hotels across the Middle East would usually be opening their Iftar and Suhoor tents, where people would gather to break their fast with a lavish buffet or spend the evening, and sometimes the early morning together, this year things are slightly different. In line with the safety measures, buffets in restaurants and hotels have been banned across Saudi Arabia to restrict public gatherings and to curb any further spread of the virus. Considering the changing global situation most families are forgoing their otherwise lavish Iftar spread and the practice of grand fast-breaking meals with extended family and friends was set to

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