InterContinental Hotels Group's (IHG) voco Riyadh and voco Al Khobar hotels are introducing an exclusive "Ramadan nights" experience to guests throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
The hotels will offer a phenomenal experience, featuring elaborate iftar and suhoor buffets for its residents and guests, mirroring voco's upscale standards.
Guests of voco Riyadh can enjoy Ramadan nights at three unique venues within the hotel. The main space is the Ramadan tent called "Bait al-Qamar," showcasing a buffet fit for a king with live cooking stations and a diverse range of authentic Saudi dishes, including gursan, bukhari rice, harees, margoog, hininy and more.
voco Riyadh hotel is also home to a small collection of signature onsite restaurants.
The Naya restaurant serves delicious Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, offering hot and cold appetizers to grills, desserts, and other specialties.
Anardana is the perfect spot for Indian cuisine enthusiasts, featuring everything from Murgh Tikka Masala, tandoori grills and a mix of biryanis.
Meanwhile, Acacia has a variety of main courses, desserts and traditional Italian delicacies available, which is highly popular among guests.
Outdoor dining experiences are also offered with tapas snacks and cocktails on the hotel's terrace from 8 pm to 2:30 am.
For a deluxe culinary experience, Horizon restaurant at both voco
Riyadh and Al Khobar hotels feature iftar and suhoor buffets that reflect the essence of Ramadan. Additionally, Horizon offers a holistic dining experience, serving a diverse range of delicious eastern and western cuisines in a luxurious and serene ambience.
Similarly, guests of voco Al Khobar can indulge in Lebanese and Indian dishes through the Naya corner and Anardana corner, respectively.
"At voco, we want to offer our visitors a unique Ramadan experience that is not limited to a traditional buffet," said Motasem Allaf, regional General Manager of IHG Group and voco Riyadh. "We want it to be a special occasion that brings family and friends together through an unparalleled iftar and suhoor experience."