Hilton to open new Doha Pearl Residences hotel in Qatar

Hilton Worldwide announced expansion plans in Qatar with the signing of a management agreement with First Qatar Real Estate Development Company to open Hilton Doha The Pearl Residences, Qatar.

The new 445-room hotel will be located in Qatar's capital Doha at the man-made island, Pearl-Qatar and is expected to open early in 2017.

"We're tremendously excited to introduce our first property to the fashionable and popular Doha district of Pearl-Qatar island and welcome the opportunity to become part of its thriving community," said Rob Palleschi, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts. "We are confident this outstanding new landmark property will quickly become a favourite destination for residents and visitors."

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The 41-story Hilton Doha The Pearl Residences, Qatar is the second residences style property planned by Hilton Worldwide for the capital and will comprise a mix of quality serviced apartments from small studio units to expansive three-bedroom apartments, penthouses and townhouses.

The hotel will have three boardrooms, a business center, a health club and outdoor swimming pool. Dining options will include a lobby lounge, all day dining outlet, a speciality restaurant and a pool bar

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