Shangri-La Hotel Doha opens today

From December 21, the new Qatar hotel will accept reservations at an opening rate of $245

Shangri-La Hotel Doha opens today
Shangri-La Hotel Doha opens today

Qatar's newest hotel, the Shangri-La Hotel Doha opens today.

Developed by Al Rayan Tourism Development Company W.L.L. the 50 storey, five-star hotel is located in Doha’s business hub, the West Bay district.

New general manager Coen Masselink said: “We are delighted to be in Doha in a prime location with such dedicated owners.”

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The new Shangri-La Hotel Doha comprises of 272 rooms and suites, which range in size from 46-288 square metres. The property also offers 42 fully serviced and furnished apartments, which the hotel states is a first for Doha.

The Shangri-La Doha will also house seven food and beverage outlets, including a Chinese restaurant and club lounge on levels 43 and 44.

ARTIC (Al Rayan Tourism Development Company W.L.L.) vice chairman H.E. Sheikh Mohamed Bin Faisal Al Thani commented: “The much-anticipated opening of Shangri-La Hotel, Doha represents another significant milestone for ARTIC and for Doha’s hotel industry.

The Shangri-La brand is widely recognised in the hospitality sector as a benchmark for quality and we are delighted to be bringing Shangri-La’s levels of luxury and service to Doha.”


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