Cheval Residences goes international with Doha property

Cheval Residences goes international with Doha property

Luxury serviced apartment specialist Cheval Residences has announced it will be opening luxury serviced apartments in Doha Qatar in 2020, following an agreement signed between Cheval Residences and Qatar Industrial Manufacturing Company.

Mohammed Almarzooqi, group managing director for Cheval Property Management, and Cheval Residences, said: “We are delighted to confirm Cheval West Bay ApartHotel Doha will be a flagship development for us; our first property outside London and a milestone in our company vision to build a strategic portfolio to suit the demands of our affluent well-travelled guests.

“We are honoured to be working with QIMC and look forward to supporting the Qatari strategy of building business and leisure tourism to Qatar.”

Cheval West Bay ApartHotel on the Doha exclusive Corniche waterfront is part of QIMC’s Headquarter mix use Development Abraj Al Tahwiliya and will include 350 keys including stylish open-plan studios and elegant one, two and three-bedroom options.

Abdul Rahman Al-Ansari, chief executive, QIMC, said:  “We are delighted to welcome Cheval to Qatar and to bring the Cheval brand to the Gulf for the first time.

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“We selected Cheval for our prestigious development because of the company’s absolute commitment to quality which we believe supports the Qatar Vision 2030 to attract increasing numbers of discerning leisure travellers and business travellers to our country.

“Cheval West Bay ApartHotel, Doha will be a superb new offering for both local and international guests.”

Cheval West Bay ApartHotel, Doha will offer breath-taking views over the sea and city and will be close to the central business district and the Doha Exhibition Centre.

Each will be furnished to the very highest standards with floor-to-ceiling windows for guests to take in the spectacular sea and city views, sleek marble and wood luxury finishes, top-of-the-range audio-visual equipment, rainforest showers and modern kitchens.