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Twenty new reasons to celebrate at Doha Festival City

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Twenty new reasons to celebrate at Doha Festival City

May 6, 2017

A month after opening, Doha Festival City, the largest entertainment, retail and hospitality destination in Qatar - managed and operated by Al-Futtaim has revealed even more reasons to celebrate with twenty new fashion, food and shopping outlets that opened their doors to the public this weekend.

 

Some of the most anticipated stores that are now open to eager shoppers include Victoria’s Secret, PINK, British department store – Debenhams and French cosmetics chain – Sephora. Over the weekend, visitors also got a first glimpse of fashion and beauty powerhouse brands including Reebok, Coast, Smashbox, Makeup Forever and Collezione at Doha Festival City.

 

Foodies were delighted with the opening of the delectable Bridgewater Chocolates. As well as shoppers can now take advantage of convenient amenities that have also joined, including Au Nom de la Rose florist. 

 

Trevor Hill, General Manager of Doha Festival City Mall said, “On top of the world-class offering we have had over the past month, there are twenty more reasons to celebrate at Doha Festival City, including some of the most anticipated fashion and beauty brands. Since opening our doors on 5th April, we have welcomed thousands of visitors, many of which we know are coming back time and again. We have more exciting launches such as TFK, Kiehl’s, Harvey Nichols and our Family Entertainment to come over the summer and cannot wait to share them.”

 

During the first month of it’s opening, Doha Festival City proudly opened the world’s largest Monoprix Hypermarket, Qatar’s first VOX Cinema’s, the country’s biggest Marks & Spencer, the market’s first West Elm, the much anticipated Muji, the new flagship stores from H&M and Centerpoint, and the purpose built Outdoor Leisure Trail, a 3km track designed with fun and fitness in mind.

 

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