A brand-new property has just been added to Msheireb Downtown Doha’s star portfolio of hotels. Msheireb Properties recently inaugurated the first ever Park Hyatt hotel in Qatar in the smartest and most sustainable fully-built city district in the world.
Park Hyatt Doha offers personalised luxury and discreet services for global travellers in the heart of the Qatar’s capital.
There are bespoke guest services to experience and the hotel is the ideal destination if you’re looking for subtle elegance and understated luxury.
Developed and owned by Msheireb Properties, Park Hyatt Doha has 187 distinctive guest rooms and suites, three restaurants and a luxurious spa spread across two floors, with a separate floor dedicated to men and women.
In addition to the more than 2,000 sq m of meeting and event space, the hotel offers 1,750 sq m of recreation and leisure facilities, including a pool, spa and fitness centre.
Park Hyatt Doha also includes 28 park suites, three park executive suites, a diplomat suite and a presidential suite. All rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows drawing in plenty of natural light and if you’re the type who likes to sit by the window with your morning coffee, you’ll admire the luxury window seats.
The designer marble bathroom has a deep soaking tub, rain shower and double vanity sink. In the presidential and diplomat suites, guests can retreat to a private terrace with magnificent views overlooking the city or Corniche and the stunning West Bay skyline.
We know you’re curious about the dining options. There are some interesting concepts here such as Opus – offering Qatari and French cuisines in parallel, healthy eatery Anis, and one we’re most excited about – Japanese restaurant and lounge Sora.
Sora offers magical views of Doha’s skyline from its high-rise location on the hotel’s 21st floor. It’s an ultra-modern space where you can experience a balance of small sharing dishes and the distinctive culinary art of robata. Hosted by Japanese chef Takeumi Hiroaka, famous for his traditional Japanese cooking gear and attire, the restaurant claims to be the most authentic Japanese dining spot in Qatar, serving modern versions of traditional favorites such as robata, sushi, sashimi, tempura and an extensive beverage selection.
Opus offers parallel experiences of Qatari and French cuisines from an open kitchen. You can enjoy a “four hands” chef table concept, an expansive open-air terrace and private dining options. Qatari-inspired dishes, with menus curated by local celebrity chef Shams Al Qassabi, and Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme’s Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Roquette, allow you to experience cultural similarities through cuisine.
Anis is an all-day, healthy food eatery creating generous handmade, nutritionally balanced dishes, coffees, juices and smoothies.
Park Hyatt Doha hosts a luxurious spa that serves as a relaxing sanctuary, where therapists take you on a journey of self-discovery to create bespoke treatments that suit your individual wellbeing needs.
There are Swiss and Australian product lines and personal health consultants. Spa facilities include a whirlpool, steam room, sauna, outdoor 20 m swimming pool and beauty salon, and gyms that are flooded with natural light.
But you’ll most likely find us at Sora this weekend, experiencing some authentic Japanese robata.
Msheireb Downtown Doha (4009 1234).