05 Dec 2019

Park Hyatt Doha graces Qatar's hospitality scene

The culture-fuelled State of Qatar recently witnessed the grand opening of the Park Hyatt Doha.

Boasting a prime location within the heart of Doha’s new commercial and residential downtown district, Msheireb, the new jewel integrates the best elements of Doha’s heritage with refined accommodations that provide a luxurious oasis amidst the pulsating capital.

The upscale property is less than 16km away from Hamad International Airport, while a short walk away are the city’s points of interest, including the Museum of Islamic Art, National Museum of Qatar and Souk Waqif.

Park Hyatt Doha features 187 elegant guest rooms, including 28 stunningly appointed Park Suites, three cutting-edge Park Executive Suites, one ultra-high-end Diplomat Suite and one classic Presidential Suite. All rooms artfully combine a residential quality and understated luxury with the mystique of Qatari-inspired details.

“We are delighted to bring the Park Hyatt brand to the culturally and creatively rich city of Doha. The Park Hyatt brand is dedicated to creating exceptional and memorable experiences, and we are thrilled to welcome guests from around the world to this unique location,” Kurt Straub, vice president of operations – Middle East, Africa and South West Asia remarked. “The introduction of Park Hyatt Doha in Qatar strengthens Hyatt’s vision of being the preferred brand for global travelers and enhances the brand footprint of Hyatt’s luxury portfolio in the Middle East.”

A variety of exquisite facilities await guests, including a 35m2 intimate study lounge; a luxurious 297m2 pillarless ballroom; a luxurious spa covering two floors, with one floor dedicated to women and the other to men; a fitness centre; and a year-round, semi-covered pool.

Park Hyatt Doha offers its visitors a world-class culinary journey, with Sora, a stylish Japanese restaurant and lounge offering magical views of Doha’s skyline, while the open-kitchen concept of Opus features the freshest in local ingredients and a mix of Qatari and French cuisines, with menus curated by Qatari celebrity chef, Shams Al Qassabi, and Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme’s Michelin-starred chef, Jean-François Rouquette. Meanwhile, Anis is an all-day eatery serving as a social hub for health-conscious locals, passers-by and in-house guests.