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Create Memorable Experiences at Sheraton Grand London Park Lane this Ramadan





Sheraton Grand London Park Lane invites Middle Eastern guests this Holy Month of Ramadan to create lasting memories with friends and family in the beating heart of London’s Mayfair - the perfect getaway for families to gather and experience exceptional hospitality along with Ramadan traditions.

From the moment guests step into Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, they will feel right at home with Arabic speaking staff available throughout for assistance. Ramadan evokes feelings of nostalgia and togetherness, and the hotel team has drawn inspiration into these emotions to inspire them with offerings that include indulgent halal dishes at Mercante and Smith & Whistle.

The menu features a range of meat dishes, fresh salads, vegetarian sausages and shakshuka upon request as part of the buffet breakfast. At Smith & Whistle and Mercante, all chicken dishes are made using halal chicken, with vegan, vegetarian and fish options also available upon request for guests. Dates and refreshing beverages including coconut water and fresh juices will be offered, and to satisfy the iftar sweet tooth indulgent Baklava will be served. Guests can also access nearby prayer places and mosques including: London Central Mosque Trust & The Islamic Cultural Centre and the Mayfair Islamic Centre.




Middle Eastern guests looking to book a stay at Sheraton Grand London Park Lane can access an exclusive discount by using promotional code: E81* to benefit on the properties’ sumptuous rooms and suites embracing a luxurious Art Deco style starting at AED 1,780.

With unmissable attractions including Oxford Street and a range of mosques right on the hotel’s doorstep, as well as the perfect mixture of traditions with the spirit of London, family and friends can gather and make the most of the Holy Month with Sheraton Grand London Park Lane.

For more information and reservations please visit www.marriott.com/en-us/hotels/longr-sheraton-grand-london-park-lane/overview/.

*Middle Eastern Passport or Resident Visa must be presented upon arrival; rate is subject to availability.








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