Samrya Hospitality and Hilton have a management contract for The Plaza Doha.
The building has been incorporated into Hilton’s collection of luxury LXR Hotels and Resorts brands.
It is situated on C-ring road in the center of Doha and approximately 10 minutes by car from Hamad International Airport.
The hotel’s 290 guestrooms and suites have a traditional Parisian style.
The hotel offers a variety of dining alternatives, including The Courtyard restaurant, a juice bar, and an American bakery. A spa and wellness concept will debut, along with a number of new outlets.
The Plaza Doha advertises itself as a hotel that can accommodate events. It features two boardrooms, a meeting room, and a ballroom on a separate floor. The Grand Ballroom, which has a high ceiling, chandeliers, and a separate entrance to a bridal suite, is the major attraction.
“We are thrilled to open The Plaza Doha, LXR Hotels and Resorts, and add another jewel to our crown in Qatar,” said Etienne Gailliez, the country general manager for Hilton in Qatar. We are excited to welcome visitors to this magnificent resort, where they can anticipate personalized, unique service, sophisticated furnishings, and lovely guest rooms. With artfully selected items and chandeliers manufactured to order, it offers an exceptional experience where every detail has been meticulously designed to transport guests to a world of opulence.
The group CEO of Samrya Hospitality, Sultan Ali AlKhayarin, continued, “This partnership with Hilton marks a defining moment for Samrya Hospitality, as we step into a new era of luxury hospitality in Doha, Qatar coinciding with the continuous preferences of guests and luxury aficionados who seek exquisite and distinctive cultural experiences.”
According to information released by Qatar Tourism in July, the country welcomed more than two million visitors from abroad this year, with May and June recording the greatest number of visitors (567,00) ever recorded for those two months in the previous ten years. Additionally, international arrivals in 2023 doubled from levels in 2019.
Saudi Arabian visitors continued to be the biggest source market for foreign visitors this year, accounting for about a quarter of all visits, followed by those from Germany and India.