Meliá Hotels International announces opening of Meliá Doha

Meliá Hotels International opened the Meliá Doha, the first five-star Spanish hotel in Qatar. Located in the West Bay region of Doha, Meliá Doha has a contemporary design, an array of restaurants and a spa.

With 280 rooms and 37 suites, ranging from the Executive Suite to the Royal Suite, Meliá Doha is located only 10 minutes from Hamad International Airport, allows guests access to Qatar's financial, shopping and diplomatic districts. It is also located close to the Corniche.

Meliá Doha's Royal Suite is one of the five most spacious suites in the West Bay of Doha. Located on the 39th floor, and with 4,693 square feet of space, it is the highest floor in the skyscraper.

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For dining, Meliá Doha offers: Signature by Sanjeev Kapoor, offering Indian fine dining with a modern twist; Aceite Restaurant, offering tapas; Nidaaya All Day Dining, offering international cuisine with live cooking stations; RiQQa, a boutique and coffee shop; Noir, the hotel's cocktail bar; and Le Pool Club on the third floor.

Meliá Doha also has both a health club, equipped with a gym, and a temperature controlled pool.

Melia Hotels International was founded in 1956 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. It currently has more than 350 hotels and 90,000 rooms in 39 countries on four continents under its brands that include: Gran Melia Hotels & Resorts, Melia Hotels & Resorts, ME by Melia, Paradisus Resorts, Innside by Melia, Sol Hotels and TRYP by Wyndham. 

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