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Qatar Tourism highlights its luxury offerings at ILTM Cannes

More than 100 new hotels and serviced apartments are currently under construction in Qatar, which will add to the country’s already extensive portfolio of properties, Qatar Tourism announced at the recently concluded ILTM Cannes 2021.  Qatar is becoming a leading destination as it expands its tourism proposition, in line with Qatar’s National Vision 2030. 

Some of the new properties include a Raffles Hotel and Fairmont Hotel and Resort at Katara Towers, Rosewood Doha and the St. Regis Marsa Arabia Island. The hotels will broaden Qatar’s appeal to high value travelers, offering more choice to its existing 80 five- and four-star hotels.

As part of the ‘Qatar Tourism Strategy 2030’, the country has added a variety of exciting experiences, including a wave of new luxury hotels, theme parks, shops, and major leisure projects, that have recently opened, or are set to open in the lead up to the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022. 

With the aim of raising the tourism sector’s contribution to 12% of GDP by 2030, Qatar will grow and improve assets and attractions, enhance the end-to-end customer experience, invest in Service Excellence and deploy a tailored marketing strategy to target point-to-point (P2P) and stopover visitors. 

Chief Operating Officer of Qatar Tourism, Berthold Trenkel, said: “We are continuing to expand our tourism offering and are excited to introduce guests to the best of Qatari hospitality. In 2019, we saw over two million visitors to Qatar and we hope to see similar growth trends now that we are welcoming visitors back to the country again. 

“We are now less than one year until the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, so now is the perfect time in visit Qatar. Qatar is an accessible introduction to the Middle East, blending cosmopolitan modernity and beautiful landscapes with Arabic traditions, cuisines, and cultures. We have a rich cultural heritage, luxury five star hotels and resorts, incredible outdoor activities, beaches and museums and cultural landmarks, that are waiting to be discovered.”

Qatar will also welcome major tourism projects including Place Vendome, a shopping mall boasting 580 retail outlets, two five-star hotels and entertainment zones, West Bay North Beach project with six beaches, restaurants and outdoor activities and Qetaifan Island North, set to be the first entertainment island in Qatar with five-star hotels and resorts, beach clubs and water parks.  

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