The Somerset West Bay Doha hotel has reopened following a full renovation according to Ascott Limited. The revamp is said to be in line with the group’s expansion plans for the region.
Owned by Katara Hospitality, Somerset West Bay Doha opened in 2008 with a total of 200 units comprising two- and three-bedroom apartments and was primarily focused to cater to long-stay guests. To align with traveler needs, the revamped property offers 228 units in one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and is the perfect choice for solo, business, and leisure travelers, the firm said in its statement.
“We are delighted to announce the re-opening of our newly renovated flagship Qatar property, as we introduce stylish urban living in the heart of Doha once again. Sharing the neighbourhood with some of the country’s most iconic establishments, we are confident that Somerset West Bay Doha will provide an elevated accommodation offering for our existing traveler base as well as new markets. This much awaited re-opening is among the many exciting upcoming projects we have planned for the region in the coming months and beyond,” said Vincent Miccolis, Ascott’s MD for the Middle East, Africa, Turkey and India.
Located in the heart of the city, Somerset West Bay Doha is parallel to the Diplomatic Street and is said to be ideally positioned for business travelers with easy access to ministry quarters, embassies, consulates and the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre. Leisure travelers and families will delight at the diverse surrounding community, the property’s proximity to the corniche as well as to the City Centre Mall Doha, the statement concluded.
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