THE Four Seasons Hotel Doha offers a home-from-home for business people relocating to Qatar with its new Call Us Home package for long-stay guests.
For those travelling singly or as a couple, the package includes a 14 night stay in a deluxe room, inclusive of daily buffet breakfast, 50 per cent savings on internet charges and 15 per cent savings on laundry for QR11,000. An upgrade to an executive suite is subject to availability at the time of booking.
Business travellers with families can enjoy a 14 night stay in a two bedroom suite – with an upgrade to an ambassador suite subject to availability at the time of booking – for only QR20,000, inclusive of daily buffet breakfast, 50 per cent discount on internet charges and 15 per cent discount on laundry bills within the hotel.
The Hotel’s in-room business facilities include hi-speed internet access while there is 24 hour back up from the Business Centre equipped with everything from printers to scanners and offering multi-lingual administrative support. Until August 31, business travellers can take advantage of the Hotel’s Bed and Breakfast Summer Special, with rates starting at QR1,200 per night, inclusive of buffet breakfast and an upgrade to the next level of accommodation. Additionally, guests can stay for a second night and enjoy a 50 per cent saving for that night.
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