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Mövenpick Hotel Doha Launches Fusion Night

Jazz Up Bar

Mövenpick Hotel Doha will be launching Fusion Nights, which will be held every Friday from 8 pm to 2 am for residents of Doha. This special night will include a mix of popular music from around the world and an extensive selection of food and beverages for guests.

Every Friday, this venue will be converted into a themed night spot with a club ambience. Different DJs will be brought in for the event. Guests can enjoy some refreshing drinks, dance to their favourite tunes and indulge in some great deals on food and beverages.

To begin with, the famous DJ Sarfaraz will be spinning some of his best tunes, be it Arabic, pop, hip-hop, Bollywood, EDM and so on. DJ Sarfaraz has been playing at different venues in Doha for 10 years already.

Sami Aawar, General Manager Sami said:

We are overwhelmed with the response we received for African Night, and we are very excited to launch this new Fusion Special at Jazz Up. We look forward to welcoming our guests every Friday.’

Entry for ladies to the lounge is free, with two welcome drinks. Entry for men will be at a fee of QAR 50.

In June, Mövenpick Hotel Doha launched already African Nights, which is held every Thursday at its Jazz Up Lounge.

Contemporary, convenient and perfectly positioned, the upscale Mövenpick Hotel Doha is ideal for guests. Just 11 km from Hamad International Airport and minutes from the business district, this hotel is centrally located on the prominent Corniche Road opposite the iconic Museum of Islamic Arts.

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