Marsa Malaz Kempinski Introduces Qatar's First Golden High Tea

Marsa Malaz Kempinski Introduces Qatar's First Golden High Tea
First showcased at this year's Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) 2015, the limited edition afternoon tea was so well received by visitors at the event that the ultra-luxury resort has permanently introduced the experience. The signature golden cappuccino is served together with a selection of petite culinaire, allowing guests to choose between a traditional and an Oriental High Tea.

Wissam Suleiman, General Manager, Marsa Malaz Kempinski, The Pearl – Doha, commented: “When we created the Golden High Tea for our guests at QIFF we were overwhelmed by the positive feedback. As a hotel synonymous with luxury, the golden touch to our already popular high tea felt natural to enhance Café Murano's sumptuous menu offering, and the overall bespoke culinary experiences across the resort for our guests.”

Café Murano specialises in European art de cuisine, with a passion for chocolate and petite culinaire. The café is innovative in its chocolate creations and at the same time traditional with its in-house secret recipes, ensuring it is the talk-of-the-town for guests who enjoy the sweeter things in life. It offers guests views out over the islands azure waters, where guests can enjoy refreshments throughout the day in an atmosphere of luxury, fashion and style, and served by expert professionals.

The Golden High Tea is served every day between 2pm and 6pm at Café Murano, Marsa Malaz Kempinski.

Marsa Malaz Kempinski, The Pearl - Doha, the city's new premier destination, located on its own secluded island, offers guests 281 luxurious rooms and suites offering unparalleled space and luxurious comfort. Meeting and conference facilities include the Palazzo ballroom measuring 1,100 sq m (11,538 sqft), ideal for VIP delegations or a stunning location for weddings. It also features an exclusive beach located in a private bay along with outdoor swimming pools, water sports facilities, yachts jetty and tennis courts. Additionally, the 3,000 sqm tranquil Spa by Clarins features 23 treatment rooms, exclusive female areas, a health club, indoor pool, beauty salons, saunas and steam rooms.

As one of the truly most inspiring hotels in the region, Marsa Malaz Kempinski offers bespoke dining and entertainment options for visitors and guests across 11 food and beverage outlets – an unprecedented number in Qatar. A selection of six different types of restaurants serving an array of cuisines includes Levant-inspired recipes at Al Sufra, traditional Spanish cuisine in El Faro, a blend of European and Mediterranean flavours from Sawa, as well as Pan Latin dining from Toro Toro, redefining Italian cuisine in Antica Pesa and Japanese fine-dining in Nozomi. In addition, there are two cafés, al fresco pool-side dining, a sophisticated lounge and an unparalleled rooftop lounge with large open-air terraces.

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