Qatar’s first-ladies only café opens in The Pearl Island
The Pearl Island inaugurated its first ladies-only café located in the picturesque community of Qanat Quartier.
Making the ecstatic announcement through their popular Instagram account, the café is currently operational for women to stop by and have a good time with their family and friends in a welcoming ambiance.
Being a private and pleasant neighborhood, Qanat Quartier strikingly combines the charm of Venice with Arabian elegance. It’s carefully planned around pastel-colored low-rise buildings, interlocking water channels, and pedestrian-friendly squares give it a vibrant Venetian character. This model of Qatar’s very own little Venice often casts its charm and features to enchant its visitors. Located in proximity to the beach, each waterway is spanned by stylish bridges further evoking the soul of Italian romantic living. The availability of a wide selection of stores and outlets offers an incredible shopping experience. Inhabitants and guests have an option to choose from a huge assortment of food and beverage outlets that can surely satisfy all sorts of palates. The locale flaunts a top-notch beachfront with a remarkable view and a guest parking spot for more than 1,000 vehicles.
The District of Qanat Quartier is located within The Pearl Island. It is an artificial island spanning nearly four million square kilometers of reclaimed land and is located 350 meters offshore of Doha’s prestigious West Bay District. Being partitioned into ten architecturally distinct precincts, it’s an iconic site offering a variety of residences, shopping places, food, and entertainment outlets complemented by a thriving community lifestyle.
Offering homes in a very unique setting against water canals and channel, it is a very active and lively area with more and more shops, restaurants and cafes opening in this district making it additionally popular with residents and visitors of the island. With its Venetian Charm meeting Arabian Chic, it is a destination of choice offering its residents and visitors an integrated leisure experience.
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I believe there is a mistake in the subject line or caption of this article.
The subject line reads: Qatar's first-ladies only café opens in Pearl Island. This means the restaurant is just for First ladies who are the wife or female partner of the president or other leader of a nation and no one else would be allowed inside. With my little knowledge of English, I guess the caption should have read: Qatar's first ladies-only café opens in Pearl Island.
Placing a hyphen (-) at the proper place can change the entire meaning of a sentence.