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Banana Island Resort Doha Launches ‘Pink Power’

On the occasion of the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara is hosting the Pink Power event in partnership with the Qatar Cancer Society (QCS). The initiative aims to raise funds for the Qatar Cancer Center and support the well-being of the brave women coping with the malady.

To raise awareness of the systemic disease, the Resort organised a Human Pink Chain on the island, where staff volunteers took part, while Azraq Restaurant’s ‘Pink Brunch’ aims to raise funds to support Breast Cancer patients by making a special donation to QCS for every Pink Friday Brunch throughout October.

As part of the initiative, Banana Island Doha by Anantara is also inviting women of all ages to its Balance Wellness Centre, where they can take a proactive approach to disease prevention by embarking on specialist journeys to detoxify, rejuvenate and regain their radiance and well-being.

Thomas Fehlbier Area General Manager for Qatar, said:

At Banana Island Resort, we are truly keen on raising awareness about important health and wellness issues that affect lives in our society, and we are equally determined to do everything we can to bring about positive change in the community and be a part of the solution to ensure the welfare and wellbeing of every one of its members. That’s what our ‘Pink Power’ initiative aims to accomplish with the help of our guests, visitors and partners.’

He added:

Through this multi-part event, we are not only honouring the courageous women who are conquering the challenges of coping with Breast Cancer each and every day, but we’re also making a concerted effort, with QCS and the help of our guests, to make a positive contribution that aids them in their fight against the malady. More so, we are shedding light on the importance of women looking after their health, in order to protect themselves against life-altering illnesses and lead happy, healthy and productive lives.’

Throughout the Month of October, Banana Island Doha by Anantara’s Azraq Restaurant is supporting cancer awareness with a pink splurge.

Every Friday from 1 pm—4 pm, the award-winning, all day dining Azraq restaurant’s ‘Pink Brunch’ brings its patrons an endless selection of fresh seafood, BBQ delights, sushi and more at live cooking stations, in addition to a variety of indulgent in pink-inspired desserts.

The package includes a luxury boat transfer to the island and back and a world of fun activities at the kids’ corner, making for a memorable as well as meaningful experience for the whole family at the resort.

As a strong advocate of empowering women of all ages, to bring zeal back to their lives, the Resort is welcoming visitors to its Balance Wellness Centre, considered the Middle East’s first and only wellness hub in a resort, with an exclusive range of results-driven programs to achieve their balance, relaxation and wellness goals.

Following the overall assessment of the guest, the Balance Wellness Centre’s guided wellness journeys use a tailored holistic approach to finally give them space and time to heal, grow, unlock their true potential, and conquer their personal goals. Guests can rejuvenate the mind, body and spirit by enrolling in the Balance Wellness Centre’s three, five or seven-day journey in its De-stress, Detox and Lymphatic Drainage 90-120 minutes therapy sessions, and more.

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