Get festive at the Ritz-Carlton Doha
THE Ritz-Carlton, Doha is preparing itself for a celebratory end to the year as Christmas and New Year’s celebrations are finalized.
With events taking place throughout the hotel for children and adults in the month of December, the hotel is also offering a festive rooms package for those looking for a break over the season.
Guests looking forward to a cozy, traditional Christmas or a night of New Year’s revelry – or both – can take advantage of the hotel’s festive package in order to enjoy the delights of the season.
A night in one of the hotel’s deluxe rooms with breakfast for two in the Lagoon and the magic of a Ritz-Carlton Christmas is on offer at QR900++ ($247++). An upgrade to a suite comes at QR1425++. Specially created in-room holiday amenities combined with decorative floral arrangements, garlands and wreaths will ensure an enchanted atmosphere around the hotel as the scents of fruits, nuts, candles and delectable cookies permeate the air.
Beginning with the building of a gingerbread house in La Dolce Vita, there is plenty of food and fun to be had at the Ritz-Carlton, Doha, for guests and visitors alike. Carol singing, the lighting of the Christmas tree, children’s afternoon tea and gourmet gifts all combine to create magical and unforgettable memories.
Christmas Eve will be celebrated with an array of delicacies throughout the hotel’s dining outlets and Christmas dinner in the Lagoon means an extensive festive buffet spread of tradition specialties and regional favorites. Porcini and La Mer also offer exquisite European-style celebrations, which continue into the New Year to ensure that your 2007 starts in style.
Soaring 115 metres above Qatar’s sea and desert landscape, The Ritz-Carlton, Doha is an impressive symbol of the nations emergence as a destination for travellers to the Middle East. The 374-room 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.