The Pearl-Qatar Dresses Up for The Holy Month of Ramadan

The Pearl-Qatar Dresses Up for The Holy Month of Ramadan
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Published August 19th, 2010 - 10:07 GMT

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With Ramadan decorations festooning the public areas, free entertainment and Ramadan menus at Hospitality Development Company's (HDC) restaurants, The Pearl-Qatar is set to become the destination to be with family and friends this Ramadan.

Evoking the spirit of Ramadan, public areas at Porto Arabia are lit up and traditional Arabic performances -including a henna artist- entertain guests and residents alike.

HDC managed outlets, including Pampano, Tse Ysang and Liza will be offering special Iftar and Suhour menus for diners along with live entertainment at 'Lebanese Restaurants Development' which is managed by the partnership of HDC and Burj Al Hamam restaurants company "Offshore Co."

A tent has been erected in the shopping arcade, offering visitors and residents an opportunity to sample tea, Arabic coffee and dates as expression of traditional Qatari hospitality. Surrounded by the emerald Arabian sea and within view of the vibrant Doha skyline, it is a truly unique place to share Ramadan nights.

United Development Company's (UDC) Managing Director and President, Mr. Khalil Sholy said: "This Ramadan is particularly special for us at The Pearl-Qatar. It is the second time we observe the Holy Month together with our residents as well as our visitors. This year more than 1300 residents have moved into their new homes and we are proud and humble to share this experience with them."

"Ramadan is an important time to spend with family and loved ones. At The Pearl-Qatar we seek to create a unique and family-friendly experience." Mr. Sholy said. 

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