AT this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM), Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels announced plans to launch two more five-star hotels in the heart of Doha’s historic Souq Waqif.
Known as Al Bidda and Al Jomrok, the hotels will be part of a collection of boutique properties individually recognised as Arumaila, Musheireb, Al Mirqab, Al Najada and Al Jasra, currently popular stay and dining destinations for both visitors to and residents of Qatar.
“Since we first introduced the boutique concept to Qatar, the success we have experienced is remarkable,” said Abdo Kayali, group director of sales and marketing, Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels.
“Therefore, we are thrilled to announce that we will be adding two more exciting locations to our collection of boutique hotels.
“Both Al Bidda and Al Jomrok, each a truly extraordinary development in its own right, will bring something new to the table and only further diversify our offering.”
Since its opening last year, Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels achieved several milestones which includes the inauguration of several dining concepts including Al Matbakh, the rooftop grill; Argan, a traditional Moroccan restaurant; and The Dining Room.
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