The project involves construction of a wedding hall complex spread over an area of 260, 000 square meters consist of 5 banquet halls that can accommodate 500 guests each. The project will also include special storage and changing rooms, garden and large parking areas.
Project Value of First Phase-US$60 Million (Q.R 0.21 Billion)
In order to reduce the soaring costs of weddings for young unmarried Qataris, the Qatari government has issued directives to build several wedding halls in the country, which will open to Qataris free of charge.
The wedding halls will come up in various parts of Qatar. The directives were issued by the Heir Apparent H.H. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, to the State’s Special Engineering Office. The first wedding hall complex draws inspiration from the Qatari heritage, and is likely to come up in Al Rafaa area within next two months. It will be complete by 2014.The project, supervised by the Engineering office, will have five halls, with capacity to accommodate atleast 500 people each. The halls will be so designed to permit merging of the five halls into a large one, with capacity for 2500 people. The halls will be equipped with latest audio-visual technologies, and highest safety measures. A 260,000sqm plot has already been allocated for the purpose. The area will comprise buildings and amenities in 15,000sqm of space, apart from open areas, large car parking space, and five gates.