Over five years in the making, the Grand Heritage Doha Hotel & Spa has opened, described as "a style setter as the super luxury hotel property in Doha, Qatar."
The new property was designed by J/Brice Design International and was developed by Sheikh Hamad Al-Thani.
The new Chateau-inspired, 137-room Grand Heritage Doha Hotel & Spa overlooks Doha's Aspire Academy for Sports Excellence, the site of the 2006 Asian Olympic Games and 2022 World Cup.
According to Jeffrey Ornstein, J/Brice founder and CEO, in the development of the property, J/Brice Design International was “guided by our S-Factor philosophy, (the) three core criteria (of) style, setting and story. With this in mind, The Grand Heritage was conceived of and created in the architectural style of a fine European country home while respecting regional aesthetics by incorporating distinctively Arabian themes into the design."
Every guest room is accessorized with 40-inch flat screen TVs, complimentary wireless Internet access, Nespresso coffee and tea machines, and laptop compatible safety deposit box.
A choice of international cuisine is available at the property, including: Victoria, the first and only authentic tea lounge of its kind in the Middle East to partner with Le Palais des Thes, the Paris tea purveyor; the signature restaurant Figus, the brainchild of Italian Chef Antonia Figus, which features Italian recipes; and Blue, a casual international restaurant.