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Palestine’s Best Ramadan Tents for 2011

The Ramadan Tent is a staple in Palestine during the Holy Month, where
numerous people choose to break their fast, hang out smoking shisha, drinking
tea, or eating Sohour.  These elaborately
decorated tents feature all the amenities offering traditional cuisine, Ramadan
drinks and entertaining events.

We’ve collected a list of some of the best Ramadan Tents in Palestine for 2011:

Ambassador Hotel,  East Jerusalem

The Bedouin Tent set for this Holy Month offers daily open buffet featuring
entertainment episodes. For more information: www.jerusalemambassador.com

Legacy Hotel, East Jerusalem

You can enjoy the friendly and relaxing atmosphere with mouthwatering oriental
and international dishes especially designed for the Holy Month. www.jerusalemlegacy.com

Jacir Palace Intercontinental, Bethlehem

You can enjoy the Iftar buffet around the pool and continue the journey
where entertainment meets the best choice of sweets and hubbly bubbly at Al-Aresheh
Lebanese Tent.

Orjuwan Lounge, Ramallah

The lounge offers a daily buffet with Orjuwan’s culinary Style
and compliments your Iftar with delightful and entertaining events and
activities… www.orjuwanlounge.com

Mövenpick Hotel,  Ramallah

The Al-Riwaq Restaurant is a great place with its wonderful traditional
decorations, shiny lanterns and mouthwatering buffet featuring entertainment including
Oud player. To end the night perfectly do not miss the Sohour that will be
served after midnight .

Tche Tche – Caesar Hotel, Ramallah

Enjoy the daily Iftar buffet with the best hubbly bubbly in Town.

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