Arriving on the Marsa Malaz Kempinski is an experience in itself.
The hotel is located on its own island and the view is royal! It reflects arabic hospitality at its best.
The selection of food on the buffet is very fresh and tasty, offering a variety of appetizers, a full salad bar (arabic and continental) every thing you can think of, but then we would have loved some more creative salads though.
Rolls and sushis were fresh and tasty, live cooking stations (asian and pasta) and an array of arabic popular choices combined with continental specialties. The fish was a favorite at our table.
They took it to the extra mile with the cheese tray and the chocolate fountain amidst the dessert area.
The Umm Ali was also very, very good, one of the best in town maybe with Sharq.
They should also consider some dessert à l’assiette as it is not something that we have seen around, it would have been the icing on the cake. The management was very attentive to details and feedback which is something to consider and appreciate when visiting a dining place.
Guests can relax and unwind with a great food and beverage selection and splendid settings. We totally loved the arabic band as live entertainment during Suhour, which makes it a great place to visit for a gathering with friends and family during this Ramadan.
Let’s talk about money now, 240 QR per person which is correct regarding the setting and the quality of food and in sync with all the hotels ramadan offering in town.
As this is their first Ramadan Tents, they did a pretty good job in a very competitive market all around Doha, and the place definitely deserves a visit until next year Ramadan Tent!!