Eid al-Adha staycations are "more temping" in Qatar with Hilton The Pearl Hotel & Residences offering a "great deal that lets guests stay longer for less".
Guests booking three nights or more at the contemporary Hilton The Pearl, from where they can explore the delights of The Pearl-Qatar on foot, get 20% off on normal room rates, making it a "great option for family staycations", according to a press statement.
Eid staycation guests can opt for the property’s spacious one- or two-bedroom suites or connecting family suites, which have their own kitchens and balconies offering "fabulous views" of Lusail, Porto Arabia or the Venice-inspired Qanat Quartier canals and sunset vistas.
“In addition, we have gone out of our way to ensure there are a host of entertainment, dining and leisure offers for adults and kids alike to ensure all can really relax after the challenging year we have all had,” said Hassan El Wahidi, the hotel’s general manager.
Guests can start the day with "rich breakfast options served up at the chic and cozy" The Kitchen restaurant, renowned for the use of fresh, locally sourced ingredients, or a range of in-room choices from the extensive room service menu before heading out to enjoy the temperature-controlled outdoor pool.
Young guests will love the Hilton The Pearl's Kids' Club where a skilled supervisory team serves up a whole bunch of surprise activities for little ones making Eid al-Adha a holiday for the entire family. And while the little ones are in the safe care of the Kids’ Club team, the adults can luxuriate and refresh with a range of special offers at the hotel’s eforea Spa & Health Club.
Guests booking three treatments qualify for a fourth free of charge while those booking a 60-minute spa treatment also qualify for a free treatment. Special for Eid al-Adha is a 60-minute Sothys customised relaxing massage, followed by a 30-minute scrub at QR599 and the ‘Summer Quick Fix', which lets guests relax while lounging around the pool with a 15-minute head and shoulders or foot massage at QR100.
Throughout their stay, guests can also take advantage of happy hour room service prices from 12noon to 6pm or savour Hilton The Pearl’s food and beverage line-up, which includes The Kitchen restaurant, the Lobby Café and its special afternoon tea, and the recently opened Levantine, which is Qatar’s contemporary home of soulful Lebanese cuisine where menu dishes are created with the flair of celebrity chef Joe Barza.
Levantine will be serving up a special Eid al-Adha set dinner menu rich in Middle Eastern fare starting with traditional Moroccan Harira Soup, followed by regional favourite salads and dips of Fattoush, tabbouleh, hummus bi tahine, mouhamarit batenjen (V/N/G), labneh Beyrouthi and mutabal batenjen served alongside choices of Kibbeh Basil, traditional oriental lamb, and cheese pies and the spicy Batata Harra roasted potato.
Mains of roast leg of lamb marinated with Arabic spices and rice and boneless chicken leg are served with lemon, zaatar, flamed eggplant, tahini, labneh, pomegranate and Burghul Bidfeen – a mix of chickpeas, meat, and pine nuts. Rounding off this Middle Eastern feast are a satisfying choice of rice pudding, the perennial regional favourite Umm Ali or fruit salad.