Deutsche Hospitality Opens New Steigenberger Hotel Doha

Germany, Frankfurt. November 19, 2021

Deutsche Hospitality is continuing on its course of expansion in the Middle East. As of 10 November 2021, the new Steigenberger Hotel Doha will welcome guests to its 206 rooms spread over nine floors. 28 suites and a luxurious Royal Suite are also available to meet the needs of those seeking a truly perfect stay.

The Steigenberger Hotel Doha is setting new standards in the Gulf State of Qatar. Highlights include five restaurants and bars, a GOCO Spa extending over an area of 1,700 m², a gym located on the top floor and a roof terrace complete with swimming pool. The Steigenberger Hotel Doha also boasts a comprehensive choice of conference and function rooms, thus making it the ideal venue for both business and private events.

"We are very proud of what we have achieved here and are looking forward to welcoming guests to the new Steigenberger Hotel Doha," said Marcus Bernhardt, CEO of Deutsche Hospitality. "The opening of this hotel in Qatar represents an important milestone in Deutsche Hospitality's growing portfolio, particularly in the Middle East."

Sherief Abouelmagd, General Manager of the Steigenberger Hotel Doha, added: "The team at the Steigenberger Hotel Doha will be operating luxuriously equipped facilities. We will provide first-class personal experiences and extraordinary moments. Thanks to its central location on Airport Road, this hotel is superbly positioned for anyone wishing to visit Doha."

The Steigenberger Hotel Doha now joins Deutsche Hospitality's other hotels in the Middle East, located in Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Dubai.

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