Qatar builds numerous hotels and accommodation facilities ahead of the gala event …
Even as the World Cup approaches in 2022, Qatar is preparing for the biggest football festival. The Middle East nation has already unveiled four out of eight planned stadiums for the World Cup, while work on stadium infrastructure is progressing at an impressive pace.
And it’s not just world – class stadiums that profess an unparalleled viewing experience for fans who build Qatar. They also focus on other facilities for the fans, including first-class accommodation and travel infrastructure, while the country strives to ensure the fans a complete experience at the World Cup.
As the world is expected to decline in Qatar in November and December 2022, Qatar Tourism plans to add 105 new hotels and serviced apartments in Doha, which already has an extensive hotel and apartment portfolio, a world-class business destination.
The new facilities are also expected to cater to fans of different backgrounds, contributing a unique convenience or experience to Qatar’s real estate portfolio. Consistent with this, there have been several exciting hotel launches in the country recently, with Banyan Tree Doha, a five-star luxury property, standing out. It was designed by renowned interior designer Jacques Garcia.
There are also similar well-known hotels opening in Doha later this year, such as the Pullman Doha West Bay, the JW Marriott West Bay and the Steigenberger Hotel, known for its exclusive hospitality.
The CEO of Qatar Airways Group and Chairman of Qatar Tourism, his lord, mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: ‘We are continuing to expand our tourism offering to ensure guests enjoy the best of Qatari hospitality while choosing a hotel, resort or service apartment that meets their budget and needs .
“These emerging properties are part of our strategy to diversify our offerings and broaden our appeal to visitors. We are delighted to expand our global tourism offering in line with Qatar National Vision 2030 and offer travelers more options for the best of Qatar. ”
Qatar Tourism, the official government body responsible for the development and promotion of tourism in Qatar, also highlighted the country’s unique offering that fans can enjoy not only from football but also from what the country has to offer. Qatar has its share of beaches, flora and fauna, desert experiences and cultural offerings.
Promoting the ‘Qatar experience’ to soccer fans from around the world will go a long way in making the country the fastest growing destination in the Middle East.