Qatar is bolstering the visitor experience


The Qatar National Tourism Council is working to ensure international visitors enjoy the very best in Arabic hospitality during their stay.
The Qatar National Tourism Council is working to ensure international visitors enjoy the very best in Arabic hospitality during their stay.

To recognize the 40th anniversary of World Tourism Day, the Qatar National Tourism Council is reaffirming the importance of tourism to the country and celebrating its efforts since the Qatar National Vision 2030 was unveiled. The country maintains a strong focus on enriching the visitor experience.

Since the start of 2020, five new properties have opened their doors, including Hilton Doha The Pearl Residences, DoubleTree by Hilton Doha Al Saad and Dusit D2. Currently, there are about 112 properties under development, which represents around 22,300 room keys and will almost double the number of rooms available in the country.

Set to open at the end of 2020 is the exclusive 5-star Pullman Doha West Bay, located among the city’s high rises in the West Bay area. Designed with 375 distinctive guest rooms and suites and an additional 93 in-style serviced apartments, the hotel will be home to world-class restaurants, each offering guests and visitors a culinary journey from around the world. In true Doha style, guests can unwind at Pullman Fit & Spa, which is equipped with an outdoor swimming pool, Moroccan hammam and beauty lounge.

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