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Kempinski Doha making its mark

BOASTING what are thought to be some of the world’s largest duplex hotel suites in the shape of its 1,062-sq-m Premier Duplex Sky Villas, complete with Jacuzzis in the clouds on the 61st and 62nd floors, the Kempinski Residences & Suites Doha has set out to make a name for itself among the cream of society in Qatar and the wider Gulf as the lifestyle living address.

The newest, and tallest, addition to the Doha skyline is the company’s first stand-alone residence and suites project in the Middle East and Africa and also the only one to operate as both residences and hotel in a single building.

The 370 spacious suites and sky villas have been designed for gracious living and all feature top quality fixtures and fittings with hand-picked furniture chosen for both comfort and style.

The sky villas are ideal for big families or corporate groups travelling together and their large living and dining areas can also be used for private functions.

The residence tower houses various food and beverage outlets including the all-day-dining experience of Aroma and the less formal Lounge Bar where visitors can enjoy light meals and snacks or a beverage and a cigar.

And Kempinski Doha is also home to a first of its kind for the city, the Gormet House, a store-come-café in the traditional European style offering the very best in cold cuts, cheeses, preserves, breads freshly-baked on the premises and a fine selection of coffees and high-end teas.

The fully-equipped wellness and leisure centre has treatment rooms, a state-of-the-art gym and a large indoor swimming pool.

And the property can conduct meetings for up to 12 people in a conference room adjacent to two private dining rooms.

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