Paramount Hotels & Resorts reveals Qatar project

Paramount Residences Doha, The Pearl in Qatar is set to open in the fourth quarter of 2018

Thomas Van Vliet.
Thomas Van Vliet.

Paramount Hotels & Resorts has signed an agreement to start developing Paramount Residences Doha The Pearl, marking the group's first appearance in Qatar.

Paramount Residences Doha is located on the Pearl Doha, and will be developed by Regency Group Holding and Paramount Hotels & Resorts together.

The property is set to open during the fourth quarter of 2018 and will consist of 275 units comprising studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences, including four duplex units.

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Development amenities feature Paramount Hotel & Resorts signature elements including a California-inspired pool deck destination, work & play suites, a screening room, wellness & fitness centre, kids studio club and The Vault, a branded merchandise store also offering products from selected partners.

"Most people know the famous Paramount Pictures logo, with the mountain and 22 stars, and they also watched many of the iconic movies the studio has produced. The hotels, resorts and residences produced by PHR FZ-LLC will be developed using the creative process honed over Paramount’s 100-year history,” said Thomas van Vliet, CEO, PHR FZ-LLC, in a statement.

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