Katara Hospitality offers exclusive discounts across all its hotels

Katara Hospitality offers exclusive discounts across all its hotels

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Katara Hospitality, a leading global hotel owner, developer, and operator, based in Qatar, has developed an exclusive package for citizens and residents of Qatar.

"The Rebound Package" offers discounts of 50 percent across all of Katara Hospitality hotels.

The limited offer can be booked until June 30, 2020, with the flexibility for staying until July 31, 2021 (on an advanced payment basis).

Guests can plan ahead of time and benefit from Katara Hospitality’s Rebound package with exclusive privileges at The Ritz-Carlton, Doha; Sheraton Grand Doha Resort & Convention Hotel; Sharq Village & Spa, a Ritz-Carlton Hotel; Al Messila, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa; Movenpick Hotel Doha; Sealine, a Murwab Resort; Simaisma, a Murwab Resort; and The Avenue, a Murwab Hotel, through toll-free number 800 8800.

The package includes the 50 percent discount, daily breakfast for two adults and two children, internet service, welcome gifts, early check-in, and late check-out, depending on room availability.

Belal Al-Kadry, General Manager of Sheraton Grand Doha Resort & Convention Hotel, said, “As Sheraton Grand Doha is Qatar’s iconic hotel and the most recognizable social landmark in the country, we always seek to incorporate the heritage and local element into the experiences we put forth for our guests. We always say, ‘our heritage is your heritage.’ We aim to make the essence of our collaboration with Katara Hospitality come alive in parallel with Qatar’s local traditions. Every single detail has been designed to make the rebound package with us more memorable.”

Yazan Latif, Hotel Manager of Sharq Village & Spa, a Ritz-Carlton Hotel, said, “Amidst the chaos that the global pandemic has caused over the past few months worldwide, we endeavor to focus on the positives that are imminent in the near future. Katara Hospitality curates the ultimate ‘Rebound Package’ for our valued patrons as we are fully equipped to provide ‘Safe Staycations.’ The ladies and gentlemen at Sharq Village & Spa have left no stone unturned in preparing the resort villas and guest areas in anticipation of providing a warm welcome and the highest possible service standards to meet our guests’ expectations."

Ahmad Al-Abdalla, EAM at Sealine Beach, a Murwab Resort, said, "Sealine Beach Resort welcomes valuable guests and wish them a blessed Eid and invites all guests to enjoy staying at the resort with unforgettable memories. At SBR, we are looking after guests with care and with the current situation, our values had extended to provide the best services with all safety measures and procedures."

Sami Aawar, General Manager of Movenpick Hotel Doha, said, “The current pandemic has given a unique opportunity to people to connect with their near and dear ones in a way they have never done before. We hope to add to that same joy with our handcrafted rebound package designed to give our guests the vacation experience right here in the heart of Qatar so they can create cherished moments to last a lifetime and strengthen our ties as a responsible organization with our community as a whole."

To book directly, click here or call  800 8800 for more information.

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