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Posted On: 17 September 2018 06:16 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:01 pm

Doha Festival City welcomes ‘Hamaly’ babysitting service

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Dhfc Hamaly Services

Keeping in mind the convenience and safety of shoppers, Doha Festival City Mall welcomes the “Hamaly” heritage service (assistant) alongside an accompanying babysitter service, offered by the “Professionals” company for the very first time in Qatar. By enhancing the shopping experience with these features at the mall, visitors will be able to enjoy their time browsing various stores, at their own pace. The 5-star services will be provided for free to those with special needs, and at a discounted rate for senior citizens, as part of the ongoing social responsibility at the company.

Doha Festival City, a confluence of exceptional retail and entertainment options, constantly re-orientates its agenda to further enhance the experience for its visitors. The “Hamaly” and babysitting services adds a laidback journey that shoppers can indulge in, and has received positive feedback from mall goers, bringing an additional level of wellness and safety to families.

Doha Festival City is committed to offering exceptional community services, a quality that sets it apart from other shopping and entertainment establishments. Therefore, when families utilise this babysitting service, children will be treated to a fun time with the help of baby strollers, each fitted with an iPad; parents will be able to roam the mall and complete their errands, while feeling safe that their children are in the hands of professional and qualified babysitters.

Doha Festival City has expanded its trail of successful and pioneering partnerships to ensure its leadership position in the services sector in Qatar. The “Professionals” company offers these 5-star services in collaboration with Vodafone Qatar, Angry Birds World and McDonald’s, which have positioned the mall as a go-to destination for entertainment and shopping. These services will provide the care and safety to the children when made available in shopping malls, where they will be provided with a GPS “AMAN” hour that enables parents to track their children's whereabouts.

Cover image courtesy of Doha Festival City