DOHA, QATAR -- (Marketwire) -- 12/12/12 -- As any business traveler will tell you, most trips pivot around the perfect balance of comfort and convenience. Simple things like free shuttle service or close proximity to the local airport can make a world of difference when you have a work schedule to maintain. With that in mind, the Renaissance Doha City Center Hotel is proud to offer first-class accommodations at the heart of the business district, to match the experience of those traveling through the world's first premium class airport terminal at Doha International Airport.
Voted the 2012 World's Best Premium Service Airport by travelers for the second year in a row, the Qatar Airways Premium Terminal at Doha International Airport continues to be very popular with passengers. Offering unmatched exclusivity and passenger amenities, the 10,000 sq. ft. terminal features first-class and business lounges featuring top-shelf beverages and five-star dining, snacks, massage chairs, galleria-style duty-free shopping for electronics, cosmetics, alcohol, and jewelry, televisions, nursery, fully-equipped business center including an executive boardroom, Sony PlayStation play rooms, a clinic, and separate prayer rooms for men and women.
Located in the exciting -- and growing -- West Bay business district, the Renaissance stands as one of the premier Doha hotels, offering a high level of comfort, convenience and amenities that travelers have come to expect. Just 15 minutes from Doha International Airport, this elegant, hip and contemporary deluxe-class hotel near Souq Waqif offers breathtaking views of the skyline and the Arabian Gulf.
Recently voted Qatar Choice "Favorite Newcomer Hotel," Renaissance Doha City Center Hotel connects to the City Center Shopping Mall, which features bowling, ice-skating, a cinema and over 300 specialty stores. The hotel's central location provides plenty to do. Only minutes from the Museum of Islamic Art, 7km Corniche Boulevard and Katara Cultural Village, this luxury hotel's Doha location and contemporary elegance seamlessly blend business with pleasure.
The Renaissance Club Floors offer first class services and amenities for today's most discerning business travelers. Features of the hotel include state of the art meeting facilities, an outdoor pool, Vitality Zone health club, Saray Spa and an exciting array of international restaurants and lounges. To book a room or learn more about this luxurious property, guests can visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-deals/dohbr-renaissance-doha-city-center-hotel/.
About the Renaissance Doha City Center Hotel
Located in the new business district of West Bay, Renaissance Doha City Center hotel is a smart choice for business and leisure travelers. Minutes from Doha International Airport, this elegant Doha luxury hotel offers breathtaking views of the city skyline and the Arabian Gulf as one of the tallest building in Qatar. Top among luxury hotels in Doha, Renaissance Doha City Center offers over 12,000 sq. ft. in meeting space, with 17 meeting rooms, and a large Grand Ballroom. Renaissance Club Floors offer an array of upscale restaurants, fitness, and meeting space for today's most discerning travelers. Embrace contemporary elegance and state-of-the-art business functionality at one of the premier hotels in Doha.
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