Doha Festival City (DHFC) has announced the opening of new retail stores from renowned global and local brands, adding to its extensive portfolio of first to market concepts in Qatar.
DHFC is also now open for shoppers on weekends.
Newly opened stores Digital House Pro, Karaca Home and Ambix, a French perfume specialty boutique at DHFC are now ready to welcome shoppers.
Visitors can now get their mobile maintenance fix from Digital House Pro, one of the leading companies that aims to become the world’s best phone repair and maintenance in Qatar.
Digital House Pro are shifting from a classic mobile shop to service companies as the first trusted retail branded phone repair.
Furthermore, visitors can enjoy an extensive range of home textile from Karaca Home, and enjoy the best quality coming straight from Turkey.
The story of Karaca began with enthusiasm and passion, spread from one family to another.
Karaca believes in its responsibility of being a leading design brand that is unique in producing designs beyond imagination and pushing the limits.
Shop for your home essentials this summer ranging from bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, living room, accessories and much more at Karaca.
Visitors can also now shop for their favourite French perfumes from Ambix specialty perfume boutique.
Ambix Perfumes was inspired, with a Qatari spirit, by the idea of creating a unique blend of Arabian perfumes and high-quality French scents to produce an exquisite collection of perfumes that are distinguished by quality and elegance pursued by the Qatari community.
In keeping with the ruling of the Supreme Committee, DHFC will open all stores for weekends (Friday and Saturday), starting from Thursday (July 10) and with 50% capacity.
Restaurants and food courts remain closed but welcome home delivery and takeaways.
Entertainment stores including Cinema and play areas will remain closed as well.
Children under 12 are still excluded from entering the Mall until further notice.
DHFC’s opening hours will be Sunday to Saturday from 8am to 10 pm.
Stores will open on Friday from 10am to 11pm, and on Saturday from 10am to 10pm.
Monoprix remains open Sunday to Thursday from 8am to 11pm, and Friday and Saturday from 8am to midnight, while M&S Food Hall remains open daily from 9am to 10pm.
Boots Pharmacy will remain open from 9am to 10pm on weekdays, and from 9am to 11pm on weekends, and Kulud Pharmacy will be open daily from 8am to midnight.
Banking and telecommunications branches will be open Sunday to Friday.
In line with the preventative measures set out by the authorities, DHFC has introduced stringent health and safety measures throughout the mall for its staff and visitors.
This includes a thorough mall disinfection treatment on a weekly basis, robust cleaning and sanitisation operations during mall trading hours, 127 hand sanitising stations installed in the areas that have commonly touched surfaces.
At the entrance to the mall and all shops, visitors must show their green Ehteraz QR code, and should wear a face mask during their whole time in the mall.
Physical distancing stickers in common queuing areas, such as ATM machines, banks, telecommunication kiosks and branches and various retail shops were installed to help shoppers keep the required physical distance as set forth in the guidelines by the authorities.
Stores will provide sanitisers on entry and at cash points to ensure the highest level of hygiene.
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