This Ramadan, The Ned Doha, a hotel and private members’ club located along the Corniche waterfront, invites guests to partake in a month-long celebration brimming with plenty of festive experiences.

This season, The Ned Doha is the go-to destination for dining, city’s views, and unforgettable experiences with diverse culinary offers, refreshing spa treatments, and memorable moments with loved ones.

Among these offerings is Itlalat Ramadan – the perfect place for loved ones to come together at The Ned Doha and enjoy a poolside Iftar and Suhoor, complete with great food, live entertainment, and cherished moments. Iftar, available from sunset until 8:15 pm, and Suhoor, from 9:15 pm to 1 am is QAR250 per adult, QAR165 for children aged five to twelve, and complimentary for little ones under four.

For a dining experience under the starlit sky, friends and families can savour the rich flavours of a Levantine set menu at Hadika, all while overlooking breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea, from sunset to 1 am for QAR300 per person.

To enhance the Ramadan experience, guests can refresh their minds and bodies with a 60-minute facial at Ned’s Club Spa followed by Suhoor for two at Itlalat Ramadan for QAR1,500.

For those seeking an all-inclusive stay, guests can enjoy the Ramadan Staycation package including either Iftar or Suhoor for two poolside at Itlalat Ramadan, starting at QAR1,200 per night.

Transforming corporate gatherings, The Ned Doha also offers exclusive perks on group bookings for a minimum of 20. Additionally, group reservations enjoy a range of seating options in the outdoor garden venues, perfect for building connections.

To bring the gourmet Ramadan excellence home during the holy month, The Ned Doha offers outside catering, ensuring personalised experiences in private locations that elevate every moment. Additionally, guests can make their intimate gatherings memorable with the Ramadan to-go Boxes for QAR850 for four to six people, available via Snoonu Prime for delivery or pickup from Ned’s Café. Each box includes a carefully curated selection of cold and hot mezze such as Classic Hummus, Mutable Badenjan, Spinach Fatayer, and Kebbeh. Also featured are a Baker’s selection of Arabic and European bread, Moroccan Harrira Soup, a diverse main course with dishes like Hydrabadi Chicken Biryani and Butter Chicken Masala, and a selection of Arabic sweets, including Crispy Cheese Kunafa and Mhalabia flan.

Completing the culinary journey, guests can pick up sweet Ramadan creations at Ned’s Café or order via Snoonu Prime for quick delivery, including its latest Arabica cake, inspired by Qatari heritage, blending coffee hazelnut sponge, cardamom cremeux, and coffee mousse for QAR350. They can also enjoy Pistachoc Cake, crafted with chocolate sponge, pistachio praline, cremeux, and dark chocolate mousse for QAR350, or Hazelnut Paris Brest, a mix of hazelnut cream, praline, choux bun, and whipped ganache, for QAR300.

Max Binda, Managing Director at The Ned Doha stated: ‘Ramadan holds a special place at The Ned Doha and we’re excited to offer a range of experiences for everyone to enjoy this special time. Our commitment lies in curating moments that capture the spirit of the season and create lasting memories for our guests.’

To support the community during this sacred month, The Ned Doha will donate 100 food boxes, each filled with traditional Ramadan delights, to those in need. ‘Ramadan is a time for giving, and at The Ned Doha, we’re privileged to help support the community. It is our way of spreading joy and compassion during this special season,’ commented Max.

During the month of Ramadan, The Ned Doha offers a diverse range of culinary experiences. For Italian cuisine, head to Cecconi’s, open from noon until midnight with the last order at 11:30 pm. Millie’s Lounge offers British delights from 7 am to noon and sunset to 1 am. Electric Diner, Kaia, and Nickel Lounge will be closed throughout the month of Ramadan.

Situated in the heart of Doha, The Ned Doha stands as one of the city’s oldest structures, originally designed by renowned Lebanese architect William Sednaoui in the 1970s. With a storied past as the Ministry of Interior office, the building now boasts historical significance and architectural charm. Its central location provides guests with stunning views of both the Arabian Gulf and the surrounding city parklands.

For reservations and inquiries, please visit thened.com, call 4406 1111, or WhatsApp at 5118 4515


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