Rotana opens its second five-star hotel in Doha, Qatar

City Centre Rotana Doha - Qatar
Rotana opens City Centre Rotana Doha - Qatar, its second five-star hotel in Doha, Qatar.

Rotana opened City Centre Rotana Doha - Qatar, the city's newest five-star hotel. Developed by Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Company (ARTIC), the City Centre Rotana Doha is located in the West Bay area.

This 52-story tower has 287 guestrooms 94 serviced apartments. Each of the rooms has floor-to-ceiling windows that provide views of the sea and city.

For dining, the property has Olive Oil, the all-day dining restaurant; Caramel, the lobby lounge; Boston’s Restaurant and Lounge; Teatro; Misk; and Aquarius, the pool bar.

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For events, City Centre Rotana has a ballroom and meeting rooms measuring from 40 square meters (431 square feet) to 842 square meters (9,063 square feet). There is also a business center.

Other amenities at the property include the Bodylines Leisure and Fitness Club, massage rooms, as well as sauna and Jacuzzi rooms which are all linked to an outdoor swimming pool and a landscaped patio space.

City Centre Rotana, which is connected to the City Center Doha shopping complex, is located near the Hamad International Airport, Souq Waqif, the banks' street, and the Museum of Islamic Art.

City Centre Rotana Doha - Qatar

City Centre Rotana Doha - Qatar

City Centre Rotana Doha - Qatar

City Centre Rotana Doha - Qatar

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