In response to the unprecedented challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Qatar Tourism, in cooperation with its national aviation partner Qatar Airways, the Port Authority, Mwani, the Ministry of Public Health, has taken several measures to resume cruise tourism ahead of FIFA World Cup.
Qatar Tourism celebrates Eid with the largest balloon festival in the Middle East. Balloons floated through the Qatari skies including iconic Qatari features such as a falcon, whale shark and Qatar Airways plane in Doha, Qatar.
There will be a wide range of accommodation options, including hotels, apartments, villas, fan villages and cruise ship cabins on offer to guests from around the world.
The resort offers Zulal Serenity, which is dedicated to adult guests, together with Zulal Discovery, which invites families to connect and embark on a wellness journey together.
The ministry of public health in Qatar has removed UK travellers from the red list. This means fully-vaccinated visitors to the destination are no longer subject to quarantine.
The start of ticket sales for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has generated huge demand. More than 1.2 million tickets were requested by fans in the first 24 hours of the initial sales period.
Minor Hotels has signed on the dotted line for a new property in Qatar. NH Collection Doha Oasis Hotel is slated to open in mid-2022 and will be the first NH Collection property with a beach club.
The Avenue, A Murwab Hotel has been honoured with the title of Qatar’s Leading Business Hotel at the World Travel Awards. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Shadi Kassem, general manager of the property, to find out how it feels to have been honoured by voters from around the globe
Qatar has unveiled an ambitious tourism development programme taking the destination up to 2030. With the FIFA World Cup 2022 the centrepiece, Breaking Travel News here finds out more from Berthold Trenkel, chief operating officer of Qatar Tourism, during World Travel Market in London.