Qatar’s hospitality sector has been boosted with the opening of the 105-bedroom Premier Inn Doha Airport Hotel — the second Premier Inn in the country, which is in the city’s Old Airport area.
The ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the hotel opening took place recently in the presence of Ahmad al-Majed, chairman, Al Majed Group, owners of the hotel; and Adam Nicholls, managing director, Premier Inn Hotels Middle East.
The opening follows a management agreement between Premier Inn, the UK’s largest hotel brand, and Qatar’s Al Majed Group and responds to increasing local demand for high quality, high value accommodation and services.
“Guests visiting Premier Inn are guaranteed a good night’s sleep, as they fall back on to the super-comfy Hypnos bed, with a choice of pillows and black out curtains to send you off to sleep with ease.
“There’s plenty of space for little ones, with spacious family rooms accommodating up to two adults and two children, where kids aged 15 and under stay free.
“Wake up to the legendary all-you-can-eat breakfast, served in the all-day dining restaurant, Omnia, or take advantage of the 24/7 room service,” Premier Inn said in a release.
For business travellers, the hotel offers a range of well-equipped meeting room facilities and business centre services. With free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, you can stay connected to the office, friends and family. Refreshment packages for delegates are available to book in advance and guests can enjoy free on-site parking.
“Doha is making a huge name for itself as an international sporting events and tourism destination and Premier Inn is looking forward to be a major player in the Qatari hospitality sector providing travellers with a wider selection of affordable accommodation while maintaining the uncompromising standards of Premier Inn brand,” said Rajiv Tarcar, country general manager (Premier Inn) Hotels.
“Britain’s most-loved hotel brand is now equally well-known and respected in this region. The product has been extremely well received in Qatar, and guests in our new hotel, which is just 10 minutes from Hamad International Airport, as well as the Corniche and West Bay, will find us suitably placed to serve their needs whether they are visiting for leisure or business.”
The hotel is ideally located in the centre of Doha’s Old Town, just 10 minutes from Hamad International Airport from where it operates a complimentary shuttle bus. Guests can discover Doha’s most popular attractions with Souq Waqif, the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) and the National Museum of Qatar just a short ride away.
At Omnia, guests can tuck in to tasty international dishes or authentic Arabic cuisine from the a la carte menu, while families can benefit from kid-friendly choices, including pizza, pasta and burgers, at “parent-friendly” prices.
For early check in, late checkout (subject to availability) and unbeatable rates at Premier Inn Doha Airport Hotel, book your stay direct at premierinn.qa, with rates starting from QR195 per room, per night.
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