FSH Doha, Ambassador Suite Living Room
Guests at Four Seasons Hotel Doha are being treated to a brand new look and feel in all Standard, Superior, Deluxe and Premier Rooms, Ambassador Suites, Four Seasons Suites and Four Seasons Executive Suites, as the Hotel unveils its renovated inventory of guest accommodation.
The refreshed guest offering marks the completion of the first phase of the Hotel’s USD 10 million renovation project announced earlier this year, which will also see the opening of an all-new Southeast Asian-inspired signature restaurant and further suite upgrades in the coming months.
Named Qatar’s Leading Resort at the World Travel Awards 2011, the renovations highlight the Hotel’s unique proposition in the Qatari capital – offering a superior waterfront stay experience alongside a highly enviable location in the heart of the West Bay business district.
Key highlights of the renovation include a complete soft renovation of 175 rooms and 47 suites across 14 floors, which was completed in stages over a four-month period starting May this year.
The renovated rooms now sport serene aqua and taupe schemes, with a rich golden yellow treatment afforded to the Ambassador Suites. All rooms and suites received a complete refreshment of upholstery, soft furnishings such as curtains, carpets and cushions as well as thoughtful upgrades to room accessories, furniture and light fixtures with a view to boosting their comfort and appeal to the modern business and leisure traveller.
Commenting on the refurbishment, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Doha Simon Casson said: "Constantly upgrading the guest experience is our focus at Four Seasons. Our years in the Qatari capital have enabled us to learn and anticipate what it is our guests want and these observations have guided our decisions during our latest renovation project.”
Casson continued: “The new rooms and suites are just one element that demonstrates our commitment to adapting to the market’s maturing hospitality scene in the run up to the World Cup. We want to set the bar in terms of what guests can expect from hotels in Doha and our renovated rooms reflect this intention.”
This winter, the Hotel is set to launch an all-new dining concept – Nusantao: Sea Kitchens, which will replace the Brasserie on the Beach restaurant. The new restaurant is designed by London-based restaurant concept studio Blue Sky Hospitality and will bring the culinary excitement and sensory wonders of Southeast Asian shores to a strikingly contemporary urban dining environment.
The Hotel also expects to launch a second phase of refurbishments in 2012, covering the soft renovations of its Gulf, State, West Bay and Royal Suites.