If I had the money, I would stay there!!!
Seriously, one of the things I hate, is having to doubt the food and stuff in a restaurant or hotel in a Muslim majority country. My friends were at a fancy hotel in just such a country, and they almost ate some halal-looking stuff, luckily one of them had the sense to ask the waiter if everything on the buffet was halaal...turns out several were prepared with alcohol! My question was, why didnt the waiter, seeing women in hijaab, not warn them before hand?
My friend said she felt like such an idiot having to ask a Muslim if the food was halaal. I think she did the right thing, and alhamdulillah, she didnt have to eat anything haraam.
Bro Khalid: Whats the name of the halaal hotel in Dubai? And how expensive is it?
I think that it is a good step for a reputable hotel like the Hyatt to turn all halaal. Hopefully lots will follow suite. If you wanna drink, then don't come to a Muslim country! I think that would be a great slogan!
I get sad at thinking how much of the revenue of our very wealthy Arab nations is made on Haraam stuff. You know, wallahi, I believe that they would make just as much if not more (with the added blessings) if they just left out all the haraam stuff, like alcohol. Thye have so many attractions, people would visit theour countries despite there not being alcohol/pork. May Allah swt guide us
Take care, see you all at the Grand Hyatt!!