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Hospitality Qatar is the country’s only and longest-running International Hospitality and HORECA Trade Show.
The event in Qatar is the only one of its kind to have the backing of the key players in the nation, including Qatar Tourism and Qatar Airways, and it brings together all of the major buyer groups from the market, including governmental organisations, private investors, and project owners.
For buyers in the hospitality industry, the event has evolved over time into a one-stop shop where they can source all of their needs and submit their procurement orders. Providing consumers with a satisfying experience is the aim of the hospitality sector.
Making sure each individual guest is looked after is crucial, whether that enjoyment comes from a satisfying dinner, unwinding in a posh spa, or having a good night’s sleep while travelling.
The Hotel Industry in Qatar accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Qatar Announces Plans To Open More Than 100 New Buildings As the nation prepares to host the FIFA World Cup Qatar. Qatar is adding 105 new hotels and hotel flats to its already sizable inventory of assets.
As Qatar Tourism works to make the nation a premier vacation destination, the new hotels will increase Qatar’s appeal to a variety of tourists and improve the guest experience.
The Banyan Tree Doha, a five-star luxury hotel with exquisite interior design by famous interior designer Jacques Garcia, is one fascinating new hotel that has recently opened.
The JW Marriott West Bay, with a striking and towering facade, the Pullman Doha West Bay, a five-star Accor property, and the Steigenberger Hotel, known for its upscale hospitality, are just a few of the new hotels set to debut this year. With approximately 32,000 room keys across 184 properties, each of these new hotels adds a special feature or experience to Qatar’s portfolio.
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