FOUR Seasons Hotel Doha is offering an exciting family getaway Package for guests arriving over the weekend.
Aimed at making their stay as inviting as possible, the discounted package also includes a number of other valuable incentives.
Rates start from QR 1,400 for a standard single room and QR 1,500 for a standard double room, and include a daily buffet breakfast at Brasserie on the Beach, a 25 per cent discount on all spa treatments, and welcoming amenities for both kids and adults on arrival. Children also get free use of the Kids For All Seasons children’s activities programme. Weekend rates are subject to availability at the time of booking and are valid until the end of 2008.
For those wishing to extend their stay, there is a complimentary late checkout service available until 6pm. If guests book an additional room they will receive the second room at a 50 per cent reduced rate.
As the ideal family getaway destination, Four Seasons Hotel Doha has a wide range of leisure facilities for all the family, including the children’s activities programme and the Spa and Wellness Centre, as well as a beach and outdoor swimming pool.
“This package offers great value for those looking for a quick break in Qatar. With great activities and a wonderful beachfront location, we are confident many families will take advantage of this deal,” says Simon Casson, general manager, Four Seasons Hotel Doha.
The hotel offers a picturesque location overlooking the Arabian Gulf.
Four Seasons is dedicated to perfecting the travel experience through continuous innovation and the highest standards of hospitality. The deeply instilled Four Seasons culture is personified in its employees – people who share a single focus and are inspired to offer great service.
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