Marriott opens Qatar's first Four Points

Qatar's first Four Points by Sheraton hotel has opened in Doha. Photo credit: Marriott International

Marriott International has opened the Four Points by Sheraton Doha marking the brand’s debut in Qatar.

The rebranded property, formerly an Amari hotel, operates under a franchise agreement and is managed by Le Mirage Real Estate, a member of Sharaka Holdings, the owners and developers of the property.

Alex Kyriakidis, president/managing director, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International, said, “Qatar is an important market for us and we continue to look for opportunities to expand our portfolio and support the country’s robust plans to develop the tourism and travel sector.”

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Beyond its 120 guestrooms, the hotel has a fitness center, spa, sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi, swimming pool and a children’s pool. Business facilities include four event rooms, and dining options include an all-day restaurant, a lounge, a tea room and a pool bar.  

Located 20 minutes from Hamad International Airport, the Four Points by Sheraton Doha is close to the city center and Doha Corniche and near the Musheireb Doha Metro station, the largest metro station in the country.

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