THE Ritz-Carlton Doha has rolled out a special deal during the Ramadan festive season. Travellers can book a night in a deluxe room for QR999++ and avail of a festive Souhour for two in the hotel’s authentic Ramadan Tent and unique in-room Ramadan amenities.
The Ramadan Tent, is being recreated in the hotel’s main ballroom and offers an extensive buffet of Arabic favourites and Ritz-Carlton specialties as well as Arabic entertainment, singers, dancers and performers.
An upgrade to a suite is also on offer, subject to availability, for QR200 per night.
The rates do not apply to groups and is subject to a 10 per cent service charge and seven per cent tax. It is valid from September 24, 2006 until the end of Ramadan, and advance reservations are required.
Overlooking the azure waters of the Arabian Gulf, the Ritz-Carlton, Doha is the perfect retreat in which to relax and unwind. Nine restaurants, lounges and bars offer a variety of dining experiences, from classical fine cuisine and lavish buffets, to elegant afternoon teas and delightful snacks on the outside terrace.
The hotel boasts the first Natura Bisse Spa in the Gulf, complete with relaxation suites, roman baths and steam and sauna rooms. For more active guests, there are the outdoor and indoor swimming pools with Jacuzzi, indoor tennis and squash courts and state-of-the-art fitness centre.
Soaring 115 metres above Qatar’s sea and desert landscape, the Ritz-Carlton, Doha is an impressive symbol of the nation’s emergence as a destination for travellers to the Middle East. The 374 rooms, five star resort fuses contemporary styling with classic Arabic and European design, creating a hotel with a promise of setting a new benchmark for luxury and sophistication in the region.
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