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Win Desert Safari Tickets with Movenpick Hotel Doha Ramadan Offers

Movenpick Hotel

Mövenpick Hotel Doha cherishes the holy month of Ramadan by offering an array of traditional Iftar specialities and authentic selection of oriental beverages at Seasons restaurant. Also, get a chance to win two half-day desert safari vouchers by Qatar International Tours as guests dine in for Iftar.

Embracing the spirit of the holy month, guests are invited at Seasons restaurant to taste a decadent spread of sumptuous traditional specialities, international favourites and local delicacies from the Iftar buffet, with chefs demonstrating their expertise at the live cooking stations. Priced at QAR 125 per person, including Ramadan beverages, this delicious buffet is available from sunset until midnight.

Special customised packages are available for groups and corporate Iftar requirements with discounts up to 30%.

Sweets lovers can indulge in mesmerising scents and flavours of the signature Mövenpick Chocolate Hour from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm, with its rich selection of all sorts of desserts and chocolates. Also, traditional Arabic drinks will be served in the exclusively designed Ramadan corner at the lobby, giving guests a touch of Arabic experience blended with Swiss hospitality.

Visit Movenpick hotel Doha now for an intimate and memorable Ramadan experience.

Click here for Iftar and Suhoor 2018 Promotions at Qatar Hotels & Restaurants.

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