Sheraton Grand Doha Resort & Convention Hotel has said it is celebrating Ramadan with a culinary experience curated for the occasion, setting the hotel as a premier venue to cherish the holy month with family and friends while embracing Qatari tradition and heritage.
A full-spectrum experience of Arabian hospitality awaits at the Ramadan Tent set in Al Majlis Ballroom.
The Ramadan Tent at the hotel.
"Imbued with warm and golden hues, resplendent lanterns and opulent decor, Sheraton Grand Doha’s Ramadan Tent offers the ultimate Suhoor experience in an elegant Arabesque setting, accentuated by traditional tones and elements," the hotel said in a statement.
From sunset, guests are treated to a culinary journey at Al Hubara, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant. A wide range of delicacies is served for Iftar featuring Middle Eastern classics, international dishes, local favourites, extensive seafood spreads, live cooking counters and gourmet desserts. Moreover, Atrium Lounge — renowned for serving the "best Um Ali in town" — offers a casual setting to break fast or for an intimate Suhoor, the statement noted.
Belal al-Kadry, general manager of Sheraton Grand Doha Resort & Convention Hotel, said: “We aim to make the essence of the holy month come alive in parallel with enlivening Qatar’s local traditions. Every single detail has been designed to make the Ramadan experience with us more memorable.”
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