Those who prefer to relax and unwind can enjoy the resort's private 800-metre long beach, play water volleyball, dive in the 100-metre long lagoon pool or watch their little ones play in the children's pool, which features its own water slides.
Guests looking for recreation options on dry land are also spoilt for choice, from tennis, beach volleyball and a fitness centre, to a nine-hole putting golf course, eight-pin bowling alley and VIP cinema theatre. With dedicated facilities and fully qualified professional childminders, families are welcome at the Cool Mint Kids Club and Pepper Mint Teens Club.
Wellbeing goes hand in hand with expert pampering at Anantara Spa's tranquil overwater sanctuary, featuring separate male and female hammams and jacuzzis and a treatment menu that pays tribute to Doha's ancient tribal traditions and rich cultural heritage.
Banana Island Resort offers a wide range of cuisines, including Middle Eastern, Italian, American and Indian. Guests can enjoy this unique culinary experience at spectacular locations around the island. Moreover, guests can learn how to recreate traditional Qatari, Italian or Indian cuisines with a master chef in a Spice Spoons interactive cooking class.
For travellers with the time and desire to explore, the resort is well placed to discover Qatar's cultural and natural treasures.