With the Holy Month just around the corner, Sheraton Grand Park Lane London entices GCC travellers to its stunning Art Deco property with the launch of a unique Iftar offering.

In celebration of Ramadan, the talented chefs at the stunning Mayfair-based property have created a traditional a la carte Iftar menu, which will be available to order at its renowned restaurant, Mercante or for in-room dining. The menu will be available daily from 8.30PM to 10PM at Mercante and on request for in-room dining.

Guests are invited to break their fast with a selection of medihool dates or foul moudamas, before working their way through the sumptuous Iftar menu which features a selection of cold and hot mezze items, traditional main courses and desserts.

From moutabal or a refreshing watermelon and feta salad to flavoursome falafel and manakeish – the menu features a tempting array of mezze items that will leave diners spoiled for choice.

Guests are advised to save room, as the special menu includes five tempting mains, such as the kastilata ghanam and faruj musahab. To end this exclusive Iftar experience on a sweet note, guests can choose a pistachio, walnut or date maamoul or an orange blossom, almond harissa semolina cake.

The luxurious property understand that Ramadan is a time of tranquillity and reflection, a time to slow down and connect with friends and family.

With a large dining room, striking interiors and a stunning terrace just across from Royal Green Park, Mercante is the ideal location to celebrate this special time amongst loved ones. Alternatively, for a more private affair, guests also have the option of enjoying the menu in the comfort of their spacious suite.

Set in Mayfair, Sheraton Grand London Park Lane remains a sought-after destination of GCC travellers to the region due to its rich heritage and close proximity to some of London’s top shopping destinations and finest attractions. One of London’s oldest and most iconic hotels, this latest offering further acknowledges the hotel’s appreciation of Arabic culture and tradition.