Swiss-Belhotel International signs for new property in Doha, Qatar

Swiss-Belhotel International signs for new property in Doha, Qatar

Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Company and Swiss-Belhotel International have announced the signing of a management agreement for the Swiss-Belinn Doha in Qatar.

The 129-room hotel is among the very few internationally managed three-star hotels in Doha and is expected to be operational by April.

The signing also marks Swiss-Belhotel International’s expansion in Doha in advance of the 2022 World Cup.

Enjoying an excellent location in Al Sadd, which boasts the Al-Sadd Sports Complex as well several malls and other attractions, Swiss-Belinn Doha will be the ideal choice for travellers.

The hotel is well-equipped to cater for corporate meetings, weddings and other special occasions with outstanding event facilities including a superb banquet hall and a meeting room.

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On site are also two outstanding food and beverage outlets.

Tarek El Sayed, chief executive, Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Company, said: “Swiss-Belhotel International is a leading hospitality group and we are very pleased to associate with them to operate Swiss-Belinn Doha.

“We believe the Swiss-Belinn brand is a perfect fit to match the growing demand for quality midscale accommodation and banqueting facilities in Doha and are confident Swiss-Belinn Doha will be a great success.”

The signing not only strengthens the Swiss-Belhotel International’s mid-scale portfolio in the region but also positions it for continued growth.

Laurent Voivenel, senior vice president, operations and development for the Middle East, Africa and India, Swiss-Belhotel International, stated: “We are very pleased to expand our footprint in the region with a unique offering such as Swiss-Belinn Doha.

“The hotel has been designed to deliver an enjoyable experience with superb facilities to travellers at an affordable price.

“In keeping with the growing demand for mid-market hotels, we have accelerated our expansion in the segment and have some strategic projects lined up.”