About Al Sadd
Al Sadd is a family first community. Spas, family fun, and weekend activities everyone can enjoy. Villagio – one of Doha’s more prestigious malls, as well as Centerpoint and Royal Plaza are close by – so there’s no shortage of things to do in the area. Al Sadd is home to the Football team and Sports Complex of the same name. Al Sadd is close to major expressways and Hamad Medical Corporation, making it the perfect Doha location.
Life in Al Sadd
Al Sadd is a beautiful district with many family compounds and villas, not to mention a great place to rent or buy Qatar real estate. Expats love Al Sadd for its modern spacious compounds, and elegant backdrops. Aspire Park is close by and is a great source of family friendly activities and entertainment. There are plenty of schools to accommodate the growing number of families in the district, and traffic is mostly dictated by school bell times.
Al Sadd Hotels
If you’re travelling with the family, Al Sadd is the perfect place to call home. A short stay calls for one of these elegant Hotels in Doha.
This hotel is all about the family with a children’s pool to sweeten the deal. Couples can enjoy massage services in double rooms for a hot stone massage at Chi, The Spa. Alternatively, head to the health club for a little fitness. Close to The Gate Mall and Msheireb Enrichment Centre.
Close to the Qatar National Museum and Souq Waqif, Concord offers a luxury stay in the centre of Doha’s cultural heritage. Closeby the airport, it’s the number one choice for layovers and expats looking to discover more than just the man made luxurious side of the city.
We love the modern chic decor of the Crowne Plaza – feels more like your own upscale apartment in Doha than a hotel. This hotel boasts five restaurants of fine dining, a cafe, a full service spa, outdoor pool, and a lounge to unwind. Business first guests will appreciate the location as well!
Restaurants in Al Sadd
Al Sadd is bustling with some of the best places to eat in Doha. The options are endless and the flavours authentic. To put it differently, Al Sadd does not disappoint.
Delicious Italian cuisine served in what seems like a palace. The service is outstanding and the desserts are straight out of Rome’s kitchen. Some fan favourites include the Risotto Pumpkin and Truffle Ravioli. Although you’ll feel like you’re dining in Italy, if you’re looking to pair the culinary masterpiece with your favourite wine – you won’t find any at San Carlo Cicchetti.
Cactus Senshi offers a casual Japanese dining experience. The food is delicious, the restaurant spacious, and the decor is quite flattering. Crispy California Roll and tempura Crab Salad are a must try. If you’re feeling low risk adventurous, go for the Shrimp Biryani Maki – an odd mix to the ears, but your taste buds will certainly disagree.
Lebanon brings health conscious platters to Doha. Don’t worry about the lack of ample parking, free valet will take your vehicle off your hands. The relaxing ambience is coupled with healthy and delicious choices that are good for the heart, easy on the stomach, and yet are exploding with flavour.
Life in Al Sadd is family focused, and at the centre of all that is Doha. To learn more about this region and others in Qatar, visit our blog and welcome to city life!