The new Grand Regency Hotel in Qatar’s Al Sad area is set to boast two country firsts: a state-of-the-art Hypoxy fat burning studio and a Moroccan restaurant.
These facilities are in addition to 192 rooms, 21 suites, three other restaurants, a coffee shop, a business centre and meeting rooms.
The hotel is only the first phase of a series of investments by the Regency Group in the hospitality industry.
The opening of the new hotel will represent a milestone as the countdown for the Asian Games begins. The hotel will be at walking distance from the games village.
The 21 suites are in three categories, pavilion, premier and junior. All the suites and rooms equipped with wire and wireless high-speed internet.
The fat burning studio from Hypoxy will help clients reshape their figures. It is part of a spacious well-equipped modern fitness centre with knowledgeable instructors that can work with clients to maximize the benefits of a weight training programme.
The hotel is also equipped for outside catering, car rentals, and city and desert tours besides round-the- clock laundry and butler service.
The second phase of the Grand Regency, to start six months after the opening, will add 100 more rooms, a spa, a health club, and wedding and conference hall that will accommodate 1000 guests. Also included in the second phase is a swimming pool and two-level basement car parking.
Dining options include the Moroccan restaurant as well as Chinese and Lebanese outlets and a lounge, Al Kut.
Current meeting facilities include a meeting room for 100 delegates or guests that is ideal for conferences and social events with different amenities that suit the occasion.
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