The Ritz-Carlton, Doha has unveiled an array of offerings in view of the upcoming Eid al-Adha.
The offerings will “allow guests to spend precious moments together and create cherished memories during this special time of year”, The Ritz-Carlton, Doha has said in a statement.
The celebrations kick off at Lagoon Restaurant where the “lavish buffet and live stations feature a wide variety of international cuisine showcasing the Farm to Table concept”. On offer is a selection of Middle Eastern delights featuring a Qatari corner and Turkish sweets. Family and friends will be entertained with musical performances while children will join the festive fun with an array of activities such as face painting, balloon twisting, cinema watching and more.
The Eid Brunch will take place at Lagoon Restaurant on the first day of Eid al-Adha (August 21) and on the last day (August 24) from 1pm to 4pm. The event costs QR325 per person inclusive of soft beverages. Young guests below five years eat complimentary, while children aged between five and 12 years will receive 50% savings.
Further, guests can celebrate the arrival of Eid at The Ritz-Carlton Spa with a “unique hammam experience designed to focus on the cleansing and purification of the mind, ensuring the body is nurtured and indulged”.
This 90-minute treatment includes a complete face, body heat treatment incorporating Cleopatra’s secret recipe of Honey Whitening Mask and Royal Jelly. This bespoke package is priced at QR750 per person and is available from August 19 to 27.
Regular guests booking three nights or more can enjoy a 20% savings on the room, dining and spa while Ritz-Carlton, SPG and Marriott loyalty programme members will receive a 30% savings with The Wander More package.
For further information or reservations, one can visit ritzcarlton.com/doha or call +974 4484 8000.
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