This year the Sheraton Doha Hotel & Resort is offering something special to all guests and visitors to Qatar during the holy month of Ramadan - a special Ramadan package for local and GCC residents starting from QR250 net ($68) for a deluxe double accommodation with customized Ramadan amenities.
For the more discerning travellers the hotel has special rates for the recently renovated executive rooms for only $123 net (single) and $137 net (double) availing to the special executive floor benefits.
The top offer however are the brand new Tower rooms of the hotel offered at $164 net (single) and $178 net (double). Apart from all executive benefits, the Sheraton Doha Towers offer one-tine service concept, private butlers as well as half hour complimentary massage and half hour complimentary boat rides.
The Junior suites of the hotel are also available at the special $150 net (single) and USD 164 net (double).
This year, Sheraton Doha’s Ramadan Tent will be at the Conference Center Terrace overlooking the hotel lagoon, beach and sea-view gardens.
Called ‘Awlad Haretna’, the tent will revive the ambience of the famous Egyptian village with authentic décor, costumes, entertainment, crafts stalls and traditional Ramadan dishes and beverages.
The tent will offer a wide range of Arabic delicacies and sweets alongside traditional hot and cold refreshments.
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