St Regis Doha to feature at ATM
Doha, April 27, 2011
The St Regis Doha, which is set to open before the year-end, will showcase its services at the upcoming Arabian Travel Market (ATM), a major tourism and travel trade show, in Dubai.
ATM will run from May 2 to 5 at Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
“Our aim at this year’s Arabian Travel Market is to provide a stylish introduction to our philosophy of impeccable service and inspired living,” said Tareq Derbas, general manager for the St Regis Doha Hotel, one of the first St Regis hotels to open in the Middle East.
“Original features like our St Regis Butler Service ensure that our guests’ preferences are known and that each detail is finessed. We will provide an entirely bespoke service that will be unlike anything currently offered in Qatar.”
The St Regis Doha will comprise 336 guest rooms including 70 suites and will also offer approximately 5,000 sq m of meeting and conference space, a selection of exciting restaurants, lounges, and the Remede Spa with direct beach access.
The guest rooms and suites will feature the elegance of custom-made furnishings, with silk wall coverings and beautiful antiques to provide personalized yet spacious accommodations, a statement said.
“We really believe we are offering a new style of luxury for the Middle East region, and we anticipate an overwhelmingly positive response at this year’s event. Qatar is set to host the latest in a long line of incredible St. Regis Hotels, and we believe that it will be warmly welcomed by connoisseurs and believers in luxury living,” concluded Derbas. – TradeArabia News Service
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