Crowne Plaza Doha opened

Trans Orient Establishment and IHG announced the opening of Crowne Plaza Doha – The Business Park. Owned by H.E. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Hamad Bin Abdullah Al Thani, the hotel is the first in the region to launch under the new Crowne Plaza branding. It is located in the heart of Doha’s banking district.

The property, part of the new Business Park area in Doha, features 378-rooms, including 288 hotel rooms and suites and 90 one to two bedroom resident suites. It has eight meeting rooms and an executive boardroom.

The hotel offers six food and beverage outlets: Rodizio, Brazilian Churrascaria ; Misturado, the Brazilian lounge; Aramede, a Mediterranean all-day dining restaurant; Savor, a lounge; Liquidity, the pool-side lounge; as well as the Crowne Plaza Club Lounge. Guests can also enjoy a rooftop swimming pool, fitness center and spa.

The hotel’s iconic glass-domed meeting venue, The Event Center, is situated in the middle of the park complex and contains two ballrooms.

Owned by the Trans Orient Establishment, Crowne Plaza – The Business Park was signed in 2008 and began construction in mid-2009. The hotel team is led by GM Savino Leone.

IHG has 390 Crowne Plaza hotels across the globe, with 22 in the Middle East and Africa. The company has another 130 Crowne Plaza hotels in the development pipeline due to open over the next three to five years, seven of which will be in the region.

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