Posted on June 17, 2014

Grand Heritage Doha Hotel and Spa has begun its preparations for the holy month of Ramadan with its staff and culinary department. In order to achieve the well-rounded, luxurious and relaxing Ramadan experience it aims to provide guests, the hotel will be training its staff to be well-acquainted with Qatar’s customs and traditions.

Guests will be welcomed for Iftar and Sohour at the hotel’s oriental indoor Ramadan tent setting, for a filling and satisfying experience. The Victoria Tea Lounge will also be available for those who wish to complete their evening with tea and scrumptious bite-sized delicacies.

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Commenting on the preparations, Mr. Zeid Talhami, Director of Sales & Marketing said: “Ramadan is a month for families to come together and it is the hotel’s duty to provide them with a familial experience. We want to create a warm and comfortable ambience, and we believe the best way to achieve that is to ensure our staff members are fully prepared with the experience needed in regards to customs and traditions required to serve guests from all over the region. At Grand Heritage Doha Hotel and Spa, everyone is welcome, and we wish you all a Ramadan Mubarak.”

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The hotel will be offering guests Arabic specialties in its Iftar and Sohour buffets. Alongside the Ouzi and Shawarma live stations, the hotel will also host the ‘Saj Bread Master’ once again. Furthermore, tailor-made outside catering services will be available, including sweets and desserts prepared for take away purchases.

The Grand Heritage Doha Hotel and Spa is part of the Grand Heritage Group, a chain of luxury hotels around the world. It opened its doors in Doha in mid 2011 and is located by the Aspire Academy for Sports Excellence. The hotel has since been an important presence in the hospitality industry in Qatar, both aesthetically and by measure of its services.

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