Travel Again To Mandarin Oriental, Doha : A Luxurious Urban Retreat In Qatar’s Cultural Capital

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Travelling to Mandarin Oriental, Doha is now even easier as the city is open quarantine-free for vaccinated tourists from the GCC. Visitors to the five-star hotel and architectural icon, can enjoy special summer offers with ‘Travel Again’ which gives GCC guests up to 20% off the best available rates for a minimum two-night stay between now and 30 September 2021.

Whether travelling for a romantic break or a family getaway, there is much to do at what has become one of Doha’s most sought-after properties.

Culinary connoisseurs can find an array of fine dining options including international cuisine at Mosaic, Mediterranean flavours at IZU, and authentic flavours of China at Liang both of which were recently awarded at the Fact Dining Awards in Doha as Best Mediterranean Restaurant and Favourite Chinese Restaurant, respectively. The hotel also offers an array of leisure offerings such as two temperature-controlled rooftop pools with city views, a world-class spa and a state-of-the-art Fitness & Wellness Centre with three dedicated exercise studios. .

Families can find togetherness with adjoining rooms from one to four bedrooms, allowing guests to feel they are in their second home, amongst the hotel’s 117 rooms, 41 suites and 91 serviced apartments. Designed by the world-renowned David Collins Studio, the hotel fuses an elegant, contemporary design with subtle elements of traditional Qatari heritage from its pearling history.

Located in trendy Msheireb Downtown Doha and at the heart of Barahat Msheireb, Mandarin Oriental, Doha is situated in the city’s newest and most exciting neighbourhood. The area is home to the Msheireb Galleria an exciting new destination shopping destination home to local pop-up stores, innovative dining experiences and eclectic cafés. Msheireb Downtown Doha also offers pedestrian friendly streets and a convenient internal tram network, all within walking distance to top landmarks such as Souq Waqif and The Museum of Islamic Art.

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