(MENAFN- The Peninsula)
Doha: Doha Festival City, Qatar's one and only choice for shopping, dining, and entertainment, continues to expand at a rapid pace with another 35 new outlets set to open by end of 2021, ten of which have already recently opened their doors to welcome visitors.
This year, Doha Festival City has grown to welcome more than 56 new stores, further strengthening its leading position as a unique, global shopping and lifestyle destination, offering an impressive choice of outlets for all tastes and age groups.
Across fashion, beauty, accessories, healthcare, home furnishings and dining and many more specialized outlets, new highly anticipated stores are set to open and contribute to a wider range of offerings presented to shoppers, some of which will make their debut in Qatar, exclusively at Doha Festival City.
Recently opened at Doha Festival City is Qatar's largest Decathlon outlet, at almost 2500sqm, this French sporting goods retailer has over 1647 stores in nearly 1,000 cities in 57 countries and regions and is one of the largest sporting goods retailers in the world. Another branch of Sports Corner, Qatar's leading sporting goods retailer has also opened, in addition to Serpil, a luxurious store catered for the needs of all women. Furthermore, Kiddy Zone is now welcoming visitors, offering them an unparalleled and spectacular collection of world class toys from top brands.
Doha Festival City will welcome for the first time, O Bag, an Italian brand that has revolutionized the industry for years. For those looking for exquisite and fashionable pieces, the Mall will open the Dress Room, which offers Haute Couture gowns, evening dresses, and dresses for all occasions as well as Hugo, which offers a range of fashion-forward designs. In addition, List Roma, a pioneer for luxury clothes for women is also anticipated to open as well as Hazar, offering a wide range of high-end women shoes and bags. In addition to Dentella, an elite boutique offering the most elegant and relaxing environment, Adidas Kids will also open, offering the latest sporting colors and styles in kids' apparel.
With further enhancements to its jewelry section, Doha Festival City opened another branch of Qatar's leading high-end watches and jewelry retailer, Al Fardan Jewelry as well as Zen Diamond, a world-class leader in designing, producing, and selling a broad range of diamond jewelry globally. Furthermore, the Mall has also welcomed La Marquise, a world-renowned brand offering exceptional pieces of jewelry; and Blue Diamond Jewellery, international luxury jewellery brand.
The Mall will also soon welcome internationally acclaimed jewelry store, Djula which has revolutionized the jewelry industry with its creativity and style; as well as Alvira Accessories, a manufacturer and seller of exclusive jewelry and timepiece collections; and Allied Watches, one of Qatar's largest Luxury watch retailers since 1991.
Hallmark, one of the oldest and largest manufacturers of greeting cards, art supplies and stationery also joined Doha Festival City's myriad of stores this year.
The Mall has also opened Aksyr Al Hyah Pharmacy, offering a wide range of pharmaceutical, beauty, and hygiene products, and an additional branch of Kiko Milano, an Italian branch offering a diverse range of high-quality products, including make-up, beauty accessories and state-of-the-art skincare.
Committed to enhancing its beauty offerings and the healthcare needs of its visitors, Doha Festival City will soon open Watsons, a health care and beauty care chain store from Asia.
For the first time in Qatar, Doha Festival City has welcomed high quality hand-made chocolate from Karmello, a high-end Polish brand; and Choco melt, a chocolate boutique and coffee shop concept specialized in desserts and specialty coffe; as well as Sweetzerland handcrafted chocolate store that offers premium quality. In addition to the newly opened Moo, which offers a diverse selection of food, ice cream, dessert, and coffee; Cerutti Il Caffee, a pioneer in exquisite and aromatic coffee blends that follow the age-old principles of traditional Italian coffee roasting; Melenzane, which presents a fusion of authentic Sicilian recipes with a refreshing twist; and Abajour, Lebanese street food restaurant.
Adding to over 100 already opened dining outlets, the mall is also anticipating to welcome Eden Coffee Shop, an antipodean style café serving all vegan and mostly gluten free food and beverages; Yasmine Palace, specialized in Mediterranean cuisine and one of the best luxury restaurants in Doha for Fine Dining. This in addition to Simit Sarayi, a Turkish chain of fast-food franchise bakeries; and Sable Sweets, a restaurant specialized in dessert.
For shoppers seeking to embellish their homes, Doha Festival City has opened Tansy Mattresses offering top quality mattresses, and will host English Home to celebrate the best of British design by showcasing beautifully elegant furnishings and interiors that can upgrade any household. In addition to Roomours, a unique concept store and brand that offers an extensive range of everyday home products and accessories; Lazordy, a luxurious brand offering chandeliers, furniture, and antiques will also open its doors soon at the Mall.
Furthermore, the country's largest Shari'a-compliant lender, QIB, has expanded their branch at Doha Festival City, to widen their offering pool through various banking services to the Mall's visitors.
Other noteworthy stores that are set to open include Optifashion, a manufacturer of optical frames and sunglasses established in Italy; Oculis, a brand offering the latest trends in eyewear and specialized in top-brand sunglasses for fashion-conscious men and women; and Zawaya Perfumes, a homegrown, Qatari fragrance brand that specializes in customized and unique perfumes.
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