Last month, Retaj Hotels & Hospitality signed an agreement with Mozoon Real Estate Company to manage and operate a hotel and residences project in Mozoon Towers in the Dafna area of Doha in Qatar.
Retaj Suites & Residences West Bay will be one of the largest hotels in the Mozoon Towers project, which consists of four towers comprising hotels and hotel apartments in addition to commercial space.
The property will feature 39 floors in addition to a ground floor and two mezzanine levels and will offer 460 suites and apartments, offering studios and apartments with one or two rooms. It will also include two restaurants, a coffee shop, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a spa centre, fitness rooms, a separate Turkish bath for men and women, a children’s playroom and meeting and banqueting halls equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment.
The contract was signed by Sheikh Nasser Bin Ali Bin Saud Al Thani, chairman and managing director of Qatar General Insurance & Reinsurance Group – owner of Mozoon Real Estate Company – and Sheikh Ahmed Bin Eid Al Thani, chairman of Retaj Group, in the presence of Dr Mohamed Bin Johar Al-Mohamad, vice-chairman and managing director of Retaj Group, and Ghazi Abu Nahl, CEO of Qatar General Insurance & Reinsurance Group, and many leaders and officials from both sides.
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