An urban oasis in the capital, Shangri- La Hotel, Doha blends east with east with its plush accommodation and lifestyle facilities that deliver a unique blend of Asian and Qatari hospitality. The hotel has 272 rooms and suites and 42 apartments with panoramic views of Doha’s spectacular skyline. The hotel reflects both the Chinese and Qatari heritage with different design elements complemented by museum-quality art pieces honouring the rich local heritage.
Towering 50 storeys over the West Bay district, directly connected to the City Center Mall, Shangri-La Hotel, Doha is at the heart of an exciting city on the rise. The hotel is adjacent to the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, just off of the Corniche, with easy access to the Diplomatic Avenue and numerous business destinations. With panoramic views of the city’s ever-changing skyline and a lush urban resort feel, the hotel provides a peaceful escape for its guests.
Horizon Club Lounge is the largest executive lounge in West Bay with 360º panoramic views of the city and the sea. It offers a wide range of privileges such as bespoke holiday and business travel planning, in-room check-in/out, a dedicated club concierge, suit-pressing and shoe-shine service, beverages served all day, breakfast, evening cocktails with canapés and meeting room facilities.
The hotel is also known for its helipad as an exclusive and breathtaking venue for private social events.
Overlooking the Arabian Gulf, the 320 sq m Shangri-La suite is located on the highest guest floor. Accessible through a dedicated lift, the suite comes with a separate living area, dining room, kitchenette and a walk-in closet with a powder room. The master bedroom is furnished with the signature Shangri-La mattress. The bathroom is spacious with a 32-inch TV, Jacuzzi, rain shower and premium toiletries.
The hotel comes with an array of creative dining concepts. Fuego showcases the culinary fire and passion of Argentinean cuisine while Santorini celebrates Mediterranean cuisine with a strong emphasis on the Greek islands, utilising rich culinary traditions, flavoursome spices and cooking techniques passed down through generations.
Reminiscent of a traditional Arabian souk, Sridan takes guests on a culinary journey by offering authentic tastes from the Middle East and across the globe with a variety of themed nights (Indian, barbecue and seafood) and a Friday brunch.
Set in a classic European-themed piano bar, The Den is the place for after-work drinks, post-dinner mixed beverages and nightcaps.
The crown jewel rising proudly on the 43rd and 44th floors with its sleek, stylish interior and dramatic chandeliers is Shanghai Club, a glamourous scene to dine in and be seen.
Guests will be spoilt for choice by the hotel’s leisure facilities. An aquamarine lagoon-shaped pool lies invitingly on the 2,000 sq m deck, dotted with loungers, ideal for luxuriating in the year-round sunshine. A shaded splash pool is located nearby for little guests to frolic in. Surrounded by over 70 trees, the pool deck is a leafy, tranquil oasis in the middle of the urban cityscape. Next to the pool area is the health club that offers a fully-equipped 24-hour fitness centre, sauna and steam rooms.
Guests will also be able to indulge in healing treatments at Shangri-La’s iconic CHI, The Spa. CHI, The Spa offers a unique selection of Asian and Arabic treatments based on authentic natural healing methods found in traditional well-being practices.
Spacious guestrooms and suites are available. The rooms numbering 272 start at 46 sq m and are among the largest in Doha, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views of the city or the Gulf, complementing the chic interiors. The rooms have spacious bathrooms with deep-soaking tubs, walk-in showers and premium toiletries. Sink into the signature Shangri-La bed and take advantage of the special pillow menu.
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Shangri-la Hotel Doha
A charming hotel in the heart of the city
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