First time ever Sukkot programme in Dubai

Updated: May 10

As I write this, I pinch myself. What? A Sukkot program in Dubai? In partnership with a five star hotel? Is this real?

For sure it is...and it couldn't be better.

This year, for the first time ever, Elli's Kosher Kitchen brings you a unique experience. An Emirati themed Sukkah in the lush gardens of the five Star Le Meridien Hotel. With a private entrance, and a dedicated ballroom for dining in case the weather is too humid for some, we will also have a daily minyan with a Sephardi chazan from New York. Guests will receive a complimentary shuttle to Dubai Mall, and the Le Meridien Mina Seyahi at the Dubai Marina where families on the program will have complimentary access to the beach and Jungle Bay Water Park.

This is what I love about Dubai...its the confluence of cultures, a hub of diversity and cultural expression.

After years of being here, I have forged wonderful relationships with many tour operators and so can also offer preferential group rates on tours and excursions. While you are here, you can do a historical city tour and see the Dubai of yesteryear and then do an amazing tour of the Dubai of the future. The two faces of Dubai, juxtaposed in the city activities that you can do.

Even more beneficial for tourists joining our program, is the relationship I have with the Marriott Group, and Aloft Hotel in Abu Dhabi. This is to your advantage because I can then offer guests preferential rates on accommodation.

If you are looking for a place to travel to for Sukkot, take advantage of the special rates on meals and rooms. Marriott Bon Voy members have their added benefits. T&Cs apply.

Click here to find out more. We hope you will join us!

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