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5 Resorts To Absolutely Spend Your Eid Al-Fitr Long Weekend At

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Those that are really into their deen may begin to feel a little sad knowing that there is only a mere couple of days left of fasting as Ramadan is slowly reaching towards its end. Meanwhile, for others, the end of the holy month signals our much-anticipated return to our routines and the busy days we all miss so much (not).

With the advent of Eid-al-Fitr, which astronomers are still arguing about, it only feels fitting to start planning the right crew, the perfect destination, and the ideal program of how we’ll collectively be celebrating the (un)fortunate end of the holy month. For that, fret not, as we’ve got you covered with a roundup of the top five resorts in the region where you can bask on a sun-deck for chilled-out Eid vibes.

Serry Beach Resort, Egypt

Considered the first of its kind in the Red Sea area, Serry Beach Resort was built with a focus on sustainability, human connection, and cultural heritage. The brainchild of Credence Hospitality Developments, the lodging boasts an Egyptian-inspired interior that reflects its commitment to using locally sourced materials and supporting community carpenters, farmers, artists, and artisans. With 453 lodgings, five cultural culinary outlets, and an array of immersive experiences, including a certified five-star PADI diving centre, a main pool area, an adult-only beach club, as well as a co-working space, Serry Beach Resort is the ultimate spot to head to for a laid-back moment with family and friends.

Beyt El Jebbal, Lebanon 


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As Eid festivities approach, Beyt El Jebbal presents an ideal opportunity to discover the wealth of gems Lebanon has to offer, through an authentic charm, an idyllic setting, stunning décor, as well as a never-ending amount of greenery. Located in the Chouf region, the guest-house pulls guests into an incredibly Levantine experience, enveloping them in the region’s rich history and captivating culture. From the majestic Moussa Castle and jaw-dropping Beiteddine Palace to the inspiring Atelier Assaf and breathtaking Barouk Cedar Reserve, the area is a treasure trove of natural and cultural wonders waiting to be explored this long weekend.

La Mamounia, Morocco

Boasting a picturesque view of the Atlas Mountains, La Mamounia showcases an opulent blend of traditional Moroccan and contemporary design, with a plethora of amenities, including a world-class spa, a fitness centre, and multiple dining options featuring local and international cuisine alike making it a destination of unmatched grandeur and elegance and a must-visit for the discerning traveler — especially for Eid.

Habitas, Saudi Arabia


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Nestled in the middle of an awe-inspiring canyon and cradled between towering and imposing rock formations, Habitas is an exceptional, ultra-luxurious, and eco-responsible oasis in AlUla that offers visitors a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the splendor of unspoiled nature and to reconnect with the raw beauty and sheer wonder of pure, unadulterated adventure. With a grand total of 96 exquisitely appointed rooms, each displaying an intricately crafted, warm, and ethnically inspired décor, guests will be delighted to discover that the accommodations are perched on velvety, pristine sand, offering breathtaking vistas of the surrounding desert landscape, ranging from an infinity pool to a wellness centre that will surely know how to set your body back to factory levels after indulging hours of personalized one-on-one treatments. 

Six Senses Kaplankaya, Turkey 

Nestled atop lush, green hills overlooking the sparkling Aegean sea, Six Senses is a beachfront property in Kaplankaya, near Bodrum. Sprawling over 15,000 square meters, the retreat boasts a multitude of different amenities, including three restaurants, a private beach, a 10,000 square meter spa, a well-decked out gym, plus 141 state-of-the-art rooms and 66 villas, each with a breathtaking view of the Aegean sea.

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