THE new Mövenpick Tower and Suites, which will open its doors to visiting members of the Asian Games Family towards the end of November, will take bookings from the agents once the Games are over, says general manager Cypert Schwartz.
The futuristically designed 26-storey tower is owned by the Regency Group and offers 350 rooms, including 40 suites, and has been designed to accommodate both short- and long-staying guests.
“The hotel is uniquely positioned to provide guests with a completely different experience, combining the benefits of up to the minute technology with the warmth of Swiss hospitality. Mövenpick Tower & Suites Doha approaches hospitality from a different perspective. By incorporating traditional elements into the latest technological achievements, we have created a unique property in Doha that can accommodate the most sophisticated guests looking for the utmost comfort, be it for a short- or long-term stay,” says Schwartz.
The F&B outlets continue the futuristic theme in the four uniquely themed restaurants. The hotel also offers extensive business and recreation facilities.
Its synergy with the Regency Group means the hotel will also be able to offer its guests a range of additional services such as limousine and car hire services, travel arrangements and real estate.
by Gina Coleman
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