Minor Hotels to open three new properties in Qatar in spring 2018

High-end hotels and apartments under Tivoli and Oaks brands will contain meetings and events space.

Aerial rendering of the Al Najada complex
Aerial rendering of the Al Najada complex

Minor Hotels will open three new hotels in Qatar in spring 2018 under its Tivoli and Oaks brands.

The three properties are owned by Katara Hospitality; a globally recognised hospitality owner, developer and operator.

Launching in April, Tivoli Al Najada Doha Hotel is in the final stages of development in the centre of the Qatari capital. Facilities in the five-storey property will include 151 guest rooms and suites, a selection of dining options, a fitness centre, a swimming pool and a business centre, with guest rooms on the upper floors offering a panoramic view of the Doha skyline including West Bay.

Tivoli Al Najada will also offer an impressive ballroom, designed to host elegant social occasions and corporate meetings and events, with a capacity of 250 guests.

Oaks Hotels & Resorts will make its debut in Qatar with Oaks Al Najada Doha, also set to open in April 2018. The 100 serviced apartments have been designed to reinvent the conventional residential concepts of compound and high-rise accommodations, with elegant, minimalist interiors and an Arabian artistic touch.

Tivoli Al Najada is located alongside Oaks Al Najada and both are part of the same new development in central Doha, offering the ideal base to experience local culture, enjoy traditional cuisine and relish the city’s vibrant atmosphere.

Finally, Souq Al Wakra Hotel Qatar by Tivoli is a new five-star property blending Qatari tradition and top-end contemporary leisure in Souq Al Wakra, an up-and-coming seaside district just a 20-minute drive from central Doha. The hotel is destined to be a convenient and luxurious stay for business and leisure travellers alike, with close proximity to Hamad International Airport.

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