Grand Moroccan Themed Villa in Dafna

Dafna Area is unquestionably one of the most exclusive areas to live in Qatar. A haven for easy access to the nearest malls, hotels, restaurants and the Corniche. The villa is situated in the heart of Dafna, very close to the schools and nurseries.


With 900SqM of living space, this luxurious 6 bedroom villa is for rent at 45,000QAR per month. Give us a call to schedule a viewing today: +974.446.999.50


Luxury 5 Bedroom Villa in Dafna


Once you enter this pristine abode through large double doors, crossing the threshold into the foyer, which is both equally opulent and inviting, you discover the Moroccan themed surroundings and elevations. Venture onward and peer through the large windows that let in plenty of natural light and allow access to the courtyard and to the great 9mx4m private swimming pool.


Luxury 5 Bedroom Villa in Dafna


This home brings entertainment to another scale with its oversized living area and adjacent dining room. Within the 900SqM of living space are 6 bedrooms, all of which have en suite bathrooms and a kitchen upstairs. There is also a separate service quarter for maids or a driver in the backyard. Additionally, located downstairs, is an office that can also be reallocated as another bedroom.


Luxury 5 Bedroom Villa in Dafna


The two kitchens features high-end appliances and high end custom made wooden Kitchen cabinets, an eat-in breakfast area and enough storage and counter space to cater a cricket team. Aside from the sheer enormity of this home, which is situated on a 1600SqM lot, is the creature comfort upgrades.


Luxury 5 Bedroom Villa in Dafna


The villa has a high class finish throughout the home. It is easy to escape into the lap of luxury within this one-of-a-kind villa. Contact COREO to schedule a viewing today: +974.446.999.50


Luxury 5 Bedroom Villa in Dafna



Brand New Retail Units Opening in The Pearl Qatar

Qatar’s luxurious urban development The Pearl Qatar in the Middle East recently signed a contract with Al Siddiqi Holding to open eight top restaurant brands including Italian Restaurant, Biella and high end fashion outlets in the Porto Arabia and Medina Centrale districts in The Pearl Qatar.


The Pearl Qatar Aerial View


As part of its portfolio, Al Siddiqi Holding has already opened a branch of The Noodle House in Porto Arabia. The agreement will also see the opening of Lord of The Wings restaurant in the Medina Centrale district, a great place for families to dine in. The Lebanese restaurant, Wafi Gourmet will also be opening in The Pearl Qatar.


The holding group plans to introduce the first Tike, Turkish International Restaurants franchise in Qatar, known for its traditional grilled chicken and lamb kebabs. Lebanese restaurant Wafi Gourmet will also be opening in The Pearl Qatar.


There are also plans for a number of fashion and hospitality brands opening in The Pearl Qatar, such as unisex fashion outlet, Frankie Garage, as well as Migato, a shoes and leather store. The first branch of KAS Australia, a stylish home furnishing brand will also be opening in The Pearl Qatar. The retail fashion outlets will be located in Porto Arabia.


The agreement was signed by Ehab Kamel, General Manager for Retail Leasing in The Pearl Qatar and Aly Delawar, Board Member of Al Siddiqi Holding. Commenting on the deal, Ehab Kamel said, “The agreement is in line with our strategy of attracting new international brands to the island, essentially diversifying the shopping and dining experiences. It is aimed at finding the most important business partners who have a strong balance sheet and distinctive trademarks.”


He also added “Our endeavour at the moment is to focus on providing all what we had promised to our investors and residents, in terms of investment returns and services in this extraordinary Island,”


“With commercial spaces of about two million sq ft ready at Porto Arabia and Medina Centrale, we will aggressively pursue our expansion plans by attracting leading global brands to open outlets here,” stated Kamel.


Aly Delawar of Siddiqi Holding described The Pearl Qatar as a unique and elegant shopping destination, stating “We are confident that our global series of brands will contribute to the Island’s reputation as a destination for tourists and shoppers alike.”


Among other recently signed deals, Blue Salon will be facilitating in the opening of several retail outlets in The Pearl Qatar such as Blue Salon Kids, Nespresso, Ethan Allen, Samsung, Mimisol, Toys 4 Me, Pressto, Gina, Kartell, and Oasis of Soul. The agreement was signed between the acting CEO of UDC, Badr Al Meer, and the Vice Chairman of Blue Salon Nabil Abu Issa.


Al Meer said, “The Pearl-Qatar has succeeded in attracting some of the world’s leading brands by virtue of special environment at the iconic Island, which combines fun shopping on the waterfront, the presence of high-end marinas, and also the elegant design of the shops that have been inspired by Italian, Spanish and Moroccan architecture.”


“With more unique shops and restaurants, The Pearl-Qatar features high-quality merchandise, world-class food and the best in fashion and offers exceptional shopping, extraordinary dining and exhilarating experience for all ages. The presence of these global brands at The Pearl-Qatar, one of the best projects in the region, will further raise the profile of the island,” he added.


With the above newly signed deals, many more leading international brands are set to follow suit with the opening of new retail units in The Pearl Qatar.


Qatar Most Expensive Rent Costs in GCC

Qatar is now the most expensive country to live in the GCC according to Cost of Living Reports Middle East (CLR) based in Dubai.


Qatar is in first place for the most expensive place to live in the GCC followed by the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman and Kuwait. Overall, Qatar has the highest cost of living; this is mainly due to increasing rent prices in the country.


Average Rent Per Year for 2 Bedroom Apartment in 2013


Figures revealed the average cost to rent a two-bedroom apartment in Qatar at the end of 2013 was $42,930 a year, which is $15,540 more than the UAE and 15 times more expensive than Bahrain.


According to the analysis by Dubai-based CLR, it is luxurious developments like The Pearl Qatar and the limited supply and high demand that has caused this significant increase in Qatar’s rental prices.


What are your thoughts on rent costs in Qatar?