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Meliá Hotels International extends its presence in Qatar with INNSIDE Doha

INNSIDE Doha will be the Company’s third hotel in Doha

Meliá Hotels International has made further progress in its growth and positioning strategy in emerging Middle Eastern markets with the announcement of INNSIDE Doha. The hotel will be operated under INNSIDE by Meliá, marking the Company’s third brand to establish a presence in Qatar, following the launch of Meliá Doha in 2015 and future plans for the opening of ME Doha.

INNSIDE Doha will be located in a prime area, next to‎ the new Qatar National Museum, new Doha Metro station, government and commercial offices, with views of the West Bay skyline and easy access to Doha's Hamad international Airport.  

Due to open in 2017, INNSIDE Doha will have 192 rooms, a signature restaurant, lobby lounge, business centre, fitness centre with a spa, a rooftop terrace with a pool deck area and a club food and beverage concept on the 13th floor.  

INNSIDE by Meliá hotels are perfectly adapted to the needs of modern city travellers, offering a combination of business lifestyle, cutting-edge design, and smart technology with personalised, simple and efficient service. INNSIDE Doha marks another milestone for the brand’s growth and development, which currently operates 16 hotels with a further 21 hotels in the pipeline across the UK, USA, Germany, Chile, Venezuela, UAE, China, Indonesia, Malasia, Italy, Colombia and Brazil.  

Qatar is the country with the highest income per capita, globally, and Doha has become a focal point in the Middle East, landing the winning bid for the 2022 World Cup. The city, which is a predominantly corporate destination (65 per cent) is undergoing a transformation in the hospitality sector with new hotels opening on a monthly basis (the current pipeline expects to increase the hotel supply by 77 per cent, dominated by luxury upper upscale and upscale properties). Significant infrastructural and real estate projects in Qatar will be completed during the coming decade, driving the growth of demand for transient accommodation in Doha.

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