Grab this irresistible staycation deal in Doha for QR170 only

There’s a brand-new hotel in town and you should check it out

Grab this irresistible staycation deal in Doha for QR170 only

With all the new hotel openings in Doha, it can be confusing deciding which one to check out first.

If you want the comforts of a hotel but you’re on a tight budget, here’s an incredible deal that you should take advantage of immediately.

Swiss-Belinn Hotel has just opened in Al Sadd and a one-night stay (double occupancy) will cost you only QR170.

Breakfast is free for one adult, and the second adult has to pay QR35 additionally for the breakfast.

This special soft opening rate is only valid until December 31, subject to availability of rooms. If you’re with family, you can even request for interconnecting rooms.

The property features 124 guest rooms with choices of superior queen, superior twin, deluxe king and premier suites.

You also get early check-in and late check-out, which is just perfect if you’re staying over a weekend.

In addition to all room amenities such as LCD TVs, wifi, safety deposit boxes, coffee machines and much more, you also get 15 percent discount on all food and beverage outlets in the hotel and 10 percent off on laundry services.

There are three dining options in Swiss-Belinn – Sultani Indian Restaurant, all-day diner Swiss Café and Espress-O-Lab Coffee.

The hotel also has a fully-equipped gym which you can use.

The hotel is 2km from the Corniche and approximately 20 minutes from Hamad International Airport.

All this convenience for QR170 frankly sounds like the best staycation deal in Doha right now. If we were you, we’d book right away.
QR170 (per night, double occupancy). Valid until Dec 31. Swiss-Belinn, Al Sadd, (4424 9111).

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