GRAND Hyatt Doha, the latest addition to Hyatt’s growing Middle East portfolio, has an opening room rate for guests staying at the hotel from now until September 30.
“We are offering visitors an exclusive opportunity to experience the hotel’s five star accommodation for an introductory room rate of $247 per night, ideal for those who want to visit Doha for a long weekend,” said Garry Friend, general manager of Grand Hyatt Doha. “Guests can also enjoy the full delights of the hotel including access to the wide range of international cuisine at our four concept restaurants.”
The rate is inclusive of all taxes and service charges and covers the cost of the room only.
Situated in Doha’s new West Bay Lagoon district near places of cultural and historical interest, such as the Museum of Islamic Art, Grand Hyatt offers 249 guest rooms and 91 private residences.
The Ritz-Carlton, Doha, a 374 room luxury five star hotel, has a weekend leisure package for both local and international guests offering accommodation in a deluxe room, daily full breakfast in The Lagoon Restaurant, free internet service, laundry and dry cleaning services, a hotel credit to the value of QR350 (not to be used against room rate), daily newspaper service, 20 per cent discount on all food and spa treatments, late check out at 3pm.
The package is priced at $421 for a double, and is subject to 17 per cent tax and service charge. Additional children under the age of 12 may attract an additional fee of $41 per child.
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