Hilton Doha The Pearl Residences will be flying the Qatar flag high this December 18 as it joins in the country‘s National Day celebrations with special offers, menus and weekend stay packages.
The hotel will be a riot of colour being decked out in the maroon and white of the Qatari national flag and will be a great venue to dine and celebrate the day. The hotel will also hold a festive cake-cutting ceremony to mark Qatar’s 48th year of independence.
The hotel is offering guests a national day offer running from 17 to 18 December which guarantees an early check-in and late check-out, includes breakfast and brunch, and provides special deals on treatments at the hotel’s signature and luxurious eforea Spa & Health Club.
Guests checking into the hotel will be welcomed by front-of-house staff sporting traditional scarfs while staff at the hotel’s restaurants will mark the occasion by wearing Qatari flag pins. Rooms and suites will also be decked out in National Day themed VIP set ups.
From 2pm-6pm throughout the month of December, the hotel’s Lobby Café will serve a special National Day Afternoon Tea The café will also be selling specially- themed cakes which guests can take-away to enjoy at their leisure with whole themed cakes and smaller versions.
Meanwhile, the popular five-course Friday Brunch at The Kitchen Restaurant, which is renowned for its use of the freshest ingredients, will also take on the flavours of Qatar this National Day. Special dishes will be included in the menu which will suit nationals and expatriates alike. The National Day Friday Brunch at The Kitchen, served from 1pm-4pm, will give guests the opportunity to celebrate with others over a menu which includes imaginative breakfast-style appetisers, starter selections, main courses with vegetarian options before rounding off with delicious, hand-crafted desserts. Kids under 6 years will eat free while those between 6-12 years eat at half price. The National Day Friday Brunch does require reservations with a minimum booking for two guests to adhere to current health and safety restrictions.