WATCH: Luxuriate and staycation at The St. Regis Doha this summer

By QL Videos

If you're longing to prolong vacation vibes before summer's end, enjoy an exquisite, loungy summer staycation at The St. Regis Doha.

The hotel offers a wide range of rooms and suites with breath-taking sea views, along with an array of the finest gastronomic offerings at 12 award-winning restaurants.

There is also a huge selection of recreational facilities, including an Olympic size pool, a private beach, stunning cabanas, a fully-equipped kids club, a world-class spa and a lot more. You can also enjoy a wide array of water activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, banana boat, jet ski and many more.

To read more about The St. Regis' tranquil Remède Spa and have a look through its facilities, check out this link:


For reservations and enquiries, call 974 44460000 or email


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