City Centre Rotana Doha, one of the leading hospitality properties in town, has launched its special package for Eid, offering guests a staycation, lunch buffet and private Sushi night.
During Eid days, City Centre Rotana Doha will be offering its exquisite staycation package, which will include a stay for two with a complimentary room upgrade, inclusive buffet for breakfast and dinner, 25 per cent discount at all the hotel’s restaurants and 25 per cent off on spa treatment for QR595 ($161.6).
Guests can also indulge in the Eid offers at Olive Oil, offering a three-day special Eid buffet which includes a wide selection of delicious and varied dishes of Arabic and Western cuisine, hot & cold appetizers, live cooking stations, sushi corner, soup, salads and sweets, as well as drinks and natural juices for QR279 ($75.8) for the first two days of Eid and QR135 ($36.6) on the third day of Eid.
For the lovers of fine Japanese cuisine, Teatro offers guests during the two days of Eid a variety of sushi rolls prepared by experts and talented chefs, accompanied by a rich experience of the finest saxophone music during this special occasion.
Martin Kendall, general manager of City Centre Rotana Doha, said: “Every year, we aim to raise our exclusive offers for Eid Al Fitr by offering the highest levels of service to our valued customers in a festive atmosphere that they can cherish forever. This year, we have launched special packages including staycation, Eid lunch and private sushi nights to share with our guests their joy and to confirm our commitment to offer the highest standards of hospitality that characterise our brand.” - TradeArabia News Service
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