The Middle East is luxury personified and offers a destination that lets you say 'I do' with elegance, pomp, and grandeur. Right from a large ballroom to the beaches with sparkling sand and scenic hills, there are several options.
Consider the convenience of Dubai, Abu Dhabi, UAE or the unexplored Fujairah or Ajman or Ras Al Khaimah also in UAE. Oman, Bahrain, Qatar are trending and getting popular by the day for the nice location and grand hotels that they offer.
Many of these destinations come with free Visa and a lot of other incentives like complimentary or discounted "Marhaba" Services at the airport and lo and behold, if you get luck you might have the King or the Prime Minister land up at your wedding as a Royal Guest !
The Middle East is one such region proudly known for numerous attractive venues and wedding sites. Some of the best ones include United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Oman, and Qatar
In UAE consider -
in Dubai - Hotel Palazzo Versace, Armani Hotel, Versace Hotel, Park Hyatt, Waldorf Astoria, Grand Hyatt, Dubai Turf Club, Atlantis, Burj Al Arab, Madinat Al Jumeirah, J W Marriott, Five Jumeirah, Ritz Carlton, Bab Al Shams, Equestrian and Polo Club etc.
in Abu Dhabi - Park Hyatt, Fairmont, Emirates Palace, Ritz Carlton, Beach Rotana, Andaz, Qasr Al Sarab Intercontinental etc.
In Ras Al Khaimah - Waldorf Astoria, Rixos, Ritz Carlton, Cove Rotana
In Fujairah - Intercontinental
In Ajman - Oberoi, and Hilton
In Oman - Consider Shangri La, Kempinski, Ritz Carlton Al Bustan Palace
In Bahrain - Four Seasons, Sofitel, Grand Hyatt, Jumeirah, Ritz Carlton, Wedding on the F1 Circuit
In Qatar - Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton, Sharq Village, Mondrian, Anantara Banana Resort, St. Regis
2. What’s the best time to get married in the Middle East?
Please avoid summer months from March to September and the holy month of Ramadan
Cuisines from all parts of the world are easily available at most hotels, including vegetarian food. You are also permitted to bring your own team of chefs by most hotels. Liquor or Alcohol is easily available in 5-star hotels.
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