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[Ramadan Event] Ramadan Retreat - Grand Hyatt

Posted On: 23 August 2009 04:47 pm Updated On: 3 November 2022 05:26 pm
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[Ramadan Event] Ramadan Retreat - Grand Hyatt

Events Details

Date: 1 January 1970
Time: 04:00 am - 04:00 am
Price:
What: Ramadan Retreat
When: Ramadan
Where: Grand Hyatt (by The Pearl Island)


The Grand Hyatt Doha, which opened some six months ago, is set to celebrate its first Ramadan in Qatar by offering packages for guests during the holy month, including a special “Ramadan Retreat” offer in the hotel’s residences.
A hotel spokesperson described the residences as “spacious and fully fitted,” adding that “they offer a perfect retreat with a seven-night package which includes daily Iftar at ‘The Grill.’”

Two-bedroom residences are priced at QR10,500 for three people, three bedrooms cost QR17,500 for five people, four bedrooms cost QR23,800 and a four-bedroom beachfront residence with the buffet for nine people is priced at QR47,600.

The rooms and suites are also included in the Ramadan offer as guests who stay for two nights will get a third night free, and they are also entitled to a 20% discount at the Iftar or Suhoor buffets at “The Grill.”

The Iftar buffet at “The Grill” will include a selection of Arabic, Oriental and Western dishes prepared in three open plan kitchens, explained the spokesperson, who added that the buffet is refreshed for Suhoor and is open from 8.30pm until 1am.

The hotel’s newly opened Jaula spa will be open from 11am until midnight daily and other outlets will offer traditional Arabic food throughout the month to guests who will also be able to smoke sheisha in Rocco and its outside dining area.

The packages at the Grand Hyatt became available last week, and will remain in place until September 15, added the spokesperson.

Other hotels are also offering a variety of culinary experiences throughout the holy month.
The InterContinental Doha is hosting “Layali Ramadan” at “The Café” restaurant which will include Iftar and Suhoor meals as well as a traditional Ramadan tent outdoors.

“There will be light entertainment, sheisha and traditional decorations,” explained a spokesperson for the hotel, adding that usual breakfast services will be available to in-house guests.

He explained that Za Moda will host in-house guests for lunch, whilst the Fish Market will be available for private Iftar and Suhoor bookings for around 100 people.

Although Paloma will be closed all month, guests can visit the Tea Garden after 6pm each day, and room service will be operating as per usual in the hotel.

The W Hotel Doha will also be celebrating their first Ramadan in Qatar, and the hotel has devised offers in two of its restaurants as well as preparing a traditional Ramadan tent.

“From the beginning our philosophy has been to not only bring the W to Qatar, but to bring Qatar to the W,” said general manager, Safak Guvenc claiming, “this Ramadan, we’re going to demonstrate just how well we’ve managed to do that.”

Spice Market by Jean-Georges will feature an Iftar buffet every evening, and in the Wahm lounge, arrangements have been made for guests to “enjoy the most aromatic sheisha flavours in town as well as personal television sets and the varied a la carte menu.”

“Large groups can even choose to opt for customised menus,” explained a spokesperson, adding “the proceedings will end with the traditional Suhoor meal just before sunrise.”

The Ramadan tent at the W Great Room will open for Suhoor and offer a buffet as well as live cooking stations. The tent has been sponsored by Vodafone Qatar and will feature live entertainment with a Lebanese band singing classical songs with a twist throughout the night, explained a hotel representative.

“W has always been the hotel for the young and the young at heart, and our lively celebrations are going to cater to that same audience,” said Guvenc.

“We’re going to wow guests in each of the three outlets every night, and we’ve made sure that all three experiences are completely different from each other so that our guests always have something new to look forward to at the W during Ramadan,” he added.

With almost all the hotels in Doha offering special offers and promotions throughout the month, there will be no shortage of choice for residents looking for somewhere to break their fast in style.

And although the current climate means most celebrations are being held indoors, there are still plenty of places where customers can find a traditional atmosphere and surroundings, and perhaps try Iftar or Suhoor in one of the new hotels in Doha.

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