Being deep into the desert, the hotel has had to develop enough food and beverage outlets to keep its guests entertained during their stay. There is therefore a wide range of choice, including Al Waha, Safran, and Sands. The Moon Bar and the Samar Lounge are great for post-dinner drinks while soaking in the tranquil surroundings and starry skies.
Al Waha, meaning oasis in Arabic, is located in the main hotel block and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you don't like queuing, then get up early for breakfast as it can be extremely hectic. There is a range of international cuisine as well as more local fare. For something a little bit more special, try Safran, the Thai restaurant. Only open for dinner, its setting really makes this place. The entirely wooden structure faces the open desert and a watering hole, which attracts all sorts of wild desert fauna. Sands, the third option, offers an Arabian style BBQ experience and is located on the way to Safran.
While staying here, guests can also opt for a dining experience elsewhere within the hotel - staff can organise private dining behind Safran and at the top of the Safran Tower, which has become very popular.
For guests not wanting to leave the privacy of their own room, there is also 24-hour room service.