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Posted On: 7 March 2009 06:12 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:09 pm

Grand Hyatt all set to welcome first guests

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Grand Hyatt Doha, the latest addition to Doha’s growing, up-market hotel portfolio, is to have its first guests on March 15 though the “grand opening” is slated for late next month. The hotel, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts? expanding collection of hotels in the Middle East, offers 249 luxurious guestrooms, in addition to 91 private residences, with two, three or four bedrooms. The residences provide a sanctuary of comfort and convenience for those who prefer the essentials of home while enjoying the services, facilities and amenities of a hotel. Though the daily tariffs vary considerably depending on demand and availability, sales manager Sandra Cousins told Gulf Times that a four-bedroom villa, the largest, could be available for QR50,000, while a two-bed residence could be hired for QR30,000. A regular room at the hotel could cost anything between QR900 and QR2500 a night, depending on demand. The residences include living and dining areas with fully-fitted kitchens in addition to spacious bedrooms and bathrooms. Each residence has a private balcony facing the landscaped gardens and a dedicated car park. Each residence is well appointed with multiple flat-screen televisions, iPod docking stations, dual line and wireless telephones, Internet access and a safety deposit box. Residents will enjoy exclusive use of two outdoor swimming pools and access to the hotel?s business centre, spa and recreational facilities. Guests can stroll along the 400m long pristine white sand beach (now receiving finishing touches), or engage in adventurous water sport activities. They can also relax in the three outdoor pools or exercise in the 25m indoor lap pool. Guests can enjoy a sense of Old World tradition maintained in the hotel’s elegant design and indulge in its decor, which reflects the region?s cultural heritage. Grand Hyatt Doha will also include a Business Centre for executive travellers, as well as a spa and recreational facilities for a more leisurely stay. ?Qatar is experiencing dramatic growth as a hub for business, tourism and commerce. The Grand Hyatt Doha residences will act as a home away from home for travellers and accommodate both long and short term visitors to the capital,? said general manager Garry Friend. The accommodation includes 57 grand rooms, 110 grand sea view rooms, 43 club rooms, 17 grand suites, 8 grand executive suites, 10 Al Mirqab suites, two presidential suites, two royal suites, 32 two-bedroom residences, 40 three-bedroom residences, 10 four-bedroom residences, and nine four-bedroom beachfront villas.