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Kuala Lumpur-Vivatel Kuala Lumpur

A brilliant halal hotel choice of hotel with alcohol-free rooms and the absence of a night club or casino can you simply enjoy the halal food on the premises, so easily keeping modest on your travels of Malaysia; the perfect escape for a Muslim traveller looking to enjoy a cultural and relaxing holiday.


Marrakech-Mogador Palace Agdal & Spa

A brilliant getaway for Muslim families, this family-friendly halal hotel offers 100 per cent halal dining on sight and is ideally located in Morocco. The North African country is steeped in Islamic history and is the birthplace of the famous explorer Ibn Battuta, so get ready to discover Morocco with Rihaala.


Abu Dhabi-Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana

Not only alcohol-free rooms but the whole hotel is alcohol-free as well as 100 per cent halal you will have no problem keeping modest while you travel when visiting the beautiful middle eastern emirate of Abu Dhabi.

Bangkok-Al Meroz

Whether you’re a beach lover or a foodie, Thailand has something for everyone looking for a Muslim friendly holiday. The al Meroz is just a short distance from a local mosque and also is another example of an entirely alcohol-free hotel.


Mauritius-Veranda Tamarin Hotel & Spa

Mauritius is a calming destination for the scope of Muslim traveller with fully accommodating restaurants, ultimate privacy and luxury all rolled into one at Veranda Tamarin Hotel & Spa.

Aqaba-Hyatt Regency Aqaba Ayla Resort

In the modern emirate of Jordan, this hotel is highly halal with halal food readily available and being an alcohol-free hotel, it’s family-friendly and has prayer facilities on sight this accommodating for a range of Muslim travellers to discover the contrasting the ancient history and modern sights of Jordan.


Zanzibar-Zanzi resort

With 100 per cent halal dining, private pool and female-only spa options this is one of our suggestions as an ideal halal honeymoon hotel. Zanzibar’s the Indian Ocean offers world-class water sports including scuba diving and snorkelling as well as sailing on traditional local dhows.