Millennium Hotel DohaThe venue:
Cosmo restaurant will be hosting iftar and decorated in tradition Ramadan style. It’s the hotel’s main coffee shop, with space for up to 170 guests and a panoramic view over the surrounding area. For suhoor, guests can make their way to Atrium lobby café, with a capacity of 70-80 guests as well as traditional Ramadan decorations.Iftar:
Cosmo’s iftar buffet includes stations offering traditional Ramadan juices such as Jallab, Tamar Hindi, Kamar El Din and Laban, as well as foul, Fatteh, Balilal, assorted dates, dried figs and apricots. Traditional starters and main courses on offer include ouzi and other Middle Eastern dishes from Qatar, Lebanon, Syria and Egypt.Suhoor:
Atrium café is offering traditional suhoor dishes as part of a rich buffet.Extras:
For iftar, there’s a daily raffle draw with exciting prizes to be won, including watches, airline tickets, perfumes, iftar meals, weekend stays and more. For suhoor, guests can enjoy the sounds of an oud player.Prices:
Iftar QAR190 per person, suhoor QAR140 per person; half price (kids aged five-12 years), free (kids aged below five years).Timings:
Daily sunset-2am.Bookings accepted?
Yes, subject to availability.Eid plans:
A special Eid brunch will be available on the three Eid days after Ramadan, priced QAR190 per person, half price (kids aged five-12 years), free (kids aged below five years). Guests expect a kids’ corner and kids’ entertainment, and the raffle draw will continue throughout.Jawaan Street, Al Sadd, www.millenniumhotels.com/millenniumdoha (4424 7777 / 5540 0866).