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Sheraton Kuwait, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Kuwait City
Safat 13060 / Fahd Al-Salem Street, P.O. Box 5902 Safat · Kuwait City13060 · Kuwait 
· Phone:
(965) 2242 2055
· Fax:
(965) 2244 8032 4

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Luxury Collection Concierge at Sheraton Kuwait

The concierge team collaborated with locals to bring their most love-inspired ritual to the hotel and have it performed in a private setting.

While providing the memorable and unforgettable indigenous experience service expected, guests can also learn about local traditions, foods, and adventures and ask for recommendations about restaurants, museums, events and other activities that cannot be found anywhere else.

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The luxury local experiences that bring the senses to life are memories built on life-altering experiences. Connecting the world of luxury to guests in a way that ignite all the senses and personalizes every moment is what makes us different.
Mais Alghanim Restaurant
Mais Alghanim offers a good range of Lebanese food, including some amazing salads, hummus varieties and excellent grills (both meat and chicken). They serve fresh baked bread as guest eat their meals. The venue is beautiful, right across the sea. All in all a wonderful experience.
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Burj Al Hamam Restaurant

This restaurant serves one of the best Lebanese cuisines in Kuwait. It opened in 2004 and has grown to become very popular in the city. In a relaxed atmosphere, guest can enjoy listening to authentic Arabic songs while eating authentic and delicious food. Ask for an amazing table in the corner to enjoy the best views of Green Island, the sea and downtown.

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Kuwait Towers
Kuwait’s most famous landmark, the Kuwait Towers, with their distinctive blue-green ‘sequins’, are worth a visit for the prospect of sea and city that they afford. Designed by a Swedish architectural firm and opened in 1979, the largest of the three towers rises to a height of 187m, and houses a two-level revolving observation deck, gift shop and cafe. The lower globe on the largest tower stores around one million gallons of water. The middle tower is also used for water storage, while the smallest tower is used to light up the other two. A collection of photographs show how the so-called ‘barbarian invaders’ tried to destroy the symbol of Kuwait during the Iraqi invasion. The towers are currently closed for major refurbishment with an expected reopening by mid-2013.
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Traditional Mubarakia Souq Market
This is Kuwait's old souk, always faithful to its roots, it is still held in the open air as per tradition and features a maze narrow intertwining alleys of shops selling cloths, hardware, jewelry, spices or even a pet bird, at price highly competitive with a big malls around the country. One of the best ways to get a feel for the heart of the city is to pull up a chair at one of the casual tables strewn around the Western edge of the old souq on the semi-pedestrian’s Abdullah al-Salem Sreet. Order some kebab and you'll be delighted with a generous helping of green leaves, pickles, hummus and Arabic bread arrives to garnish the meat.
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Kuwait National Work Memorial Museum
This innovative museum encapsulates the horror of the Iraqi invasion and honors the sacrifices that Kuwaiti citizens, the Kuwaiti military and the allies made in order to withhold Saddam’s forces. The exhibits comprise a set of well-crafted models of the city that are illuminated in time with an audio recording in English. Despite the nationalist propaganda, the experience of walking through the darkened corridors, lit only by simulated gun blasts and mortar attacks, and focusing on the heroism of the few for the safety of the many, has a contemporary resonance that transcends the exhibit’s narrow remit.
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Airport Meet & Greet Service

The Pearl Meet and Assist service offers unsurpassed levels of comfort in the airport hassle. The skilled Pearl Assist team understands the widely varying needs of guests travelling on business, on holiday, transferring, arriving or departing. Dedicated check-in counters, fast track immigration, dedicated waiting areas and premium lounges provide the tools to ensure a seamless airport experience. The Meet and Assist package includes dedicated Pearl Assist agents at each step of the process to help avoid the queues and minimize hassle.

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Limousine Service

Make travel arrangements for a limousine with driver, whether for airport pick-up/drop-off, sightseeing or other tours. The driver will assist with information about local features such as shopping, dining, and recreational destinations. All our luxury cars come with GPS, Wi-Fi, news papers and water.

Luggage Storage

As a guest, you can ask for storage of your luggage’s through to your next visit, as well as for luggage delivery to an address of your preference. You can also ask the concierge to receive couriers packages in your stead or deliver them to guests. We also take care of your post mail service or run errands for you.

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