Mandarin Oriental, Doha is an intimate and stylish urban retreat located in the centre of Msheireb Downtown Doha, the new lifestyle and cultural heart of the city. The hotel blends chic and contemporary design with touches of Qatari heritage and if you’re looking to spend a few nights in a hotel which beautifully combines Middle Eastern charm with fantastic hospitality, you’ve come to the right place.
Mandarin Oriental, Doha enjoys a unique setting in Doha’s newest and most exciting neighbourhood. It overlooks Barahat Msheireb (a creatively designed climate-controlled town square) and there’s plenty of interesting retail, dining and entertainment offerings. Top landmarks such as Souq Waqif and Museum of Islamic Art are a short distance away.
WHAT TO DO
Indulge in the Singing Sand Dunes treatment at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Doha. This unique treatment uplifts the mind and spirit, attuning the body’s rhythm to a tranquil state by promoting regeneration and improving circulation. The treatment starts with sounds from Himalayan singing bowls. The massage bed is filled with gold quartz sand. You’ll experience a tailored massage and a facial.
Don’t miss the Experience Shower, combined with coloured lights and refreshing scents. These unique showers provide both cold and warm water via jets that massage the body.
There’s celebrity chef-owned restaurant IZU by Izu Ani, an authentic gelato experience and a brand-new Chinese restaurant to try.
Spend some time at the hotel’s Fitness & Wellness Centre with mixed and female-only areas, as well as three multi-purpose studios designed specifically for Pilates, yoga, Queenax, TRX and FunXtion experiences. There are two rooftop temperature-controlled pools to wind up the experience.
WHAT TO EAT
There are eight dining outlets in the hotel and all are pretty impressive. Inspired by chef Izu’s travel, IZU showcases a modern interpretation of distinct Mediterranean cuisine with surprising layers of flavours.
Mosaic takes you on a culinary journey with nine open kitchens offering an eclectic collection of classic dishes.
Adjacent to it is Aqua, a relaxed al fresco rooftop dining experience with a laid-back atmosphere and breathtaking views.
Mandarin Lounge and Baraha Lounge celebrate the joy of afternoon tea with the finest selection of bespoke blends of tea, as well as coffee, small bites and delicacies.
Situated on Barahat Msherieb town square, Gelato is a vibrant and colourful outlet serving unique and surprising flavours of gelato and sorbet along with an array of creative desserts.
Inspired by the amber flow of the sunset, Ambar provides a stylish ambience for guests to socialise, unwind and relax.
Liang is a Chinese restaurant serving authentic Cantonese and provincial dishes from around China.
WHERE TO STAY
Designed by world-renowned David Collins Studio, the hotel features 158 beautiful rooms and suites. It’s contemporary yet cultural and comfortable. You can opt for a Superior, Deluxe or Premier room with either city or courtyard views. The hotel has seven different types of suites and all have expansive terraces, spectacular views and entertainment rooms.
But the signature Royal Suite on the top floor takes magnificence to a new level with breath-taking views of the city and Barahat Msheireb town square. There’s a private entrance leading to a hallway reminiscent of traditional Qatari homes with mashrabiya. There are two bed rooms and a private study room, a walk-in wardrobe and a luxurious spa-inspired bathroom The suite features two bedrooms and a private study room. The master bedroom showcases a traditional gypsum carving pattern across the wall and ceiling. It’s reminiscent of old Qatar. Your luxurious suite will feature a spacious walk-in wardrobe and luxurious bathroom.
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