DOHA, QATAR -- (Marketwire) -- 09/05/12 -- Getting a good deal is smart business, but getting a great deal on accommodations, catering, meeting space and more might just get you a promotion. At the Renaissance Doha City Center Hotel, among top Doha business hotels, you'll find great deals on meeting packages in the heart of the West Bay business district.
Until December 31, 2012, this business hotel is offering a competitive Doha hotel deal for meetings and events. With this special package, you'll receive a complimentary room for every 15 rooms booked, a complimentary upgrade for every 15 rooms booked and a complimentary Daily Delegate package for every 15 delegates booked. The Daily Delegate package includes two coffee breaks plus one complimentary coffee break, an international lunch buffet, three in-meeting-room Internet connections and audiovisual equipment including an LCD projector and screen.
The event space at this luxury hotel in Doha sprawls across nearly 13,000 sq. ft. and includes 17 state-of-the-art meeting rooms, many with floor-to-ceiling windows and skyline views, and the Al Areen Grand Ballroom, which can be divided into six sections and accommodate up to 800 guests. When it comes to planning, the hotel's event professionals are available to assist with everything from live entertainment and custom decor to floral design and visual effects. Custom catering, audio-visual support, theming concepts and more can help transform your event into something extraordinary.
Whether you're planning a board meeting, team-building retreat or corporate celebration, this hotel and banquet hall in Doha, just 15 minutes from the airport, has everything you need to make your event a success. To get started, contact the hotel's event staff at 4419 5024 or email@example.com.
About the Renaissance Doha City Center Hotel
Located in the West Bay business district, the Renaissance Doha City Center Hotel is more than just a place to plug in; it's also a place to unwind. With state-of-the-art amenities, a convenient location and first-class service, this elegant and contemporary hotel is ideal for exploration and relaxation. Just 15 minutes from Doha International Airport, accommodations at this hip hotel feature high-speed Internet access, spacious work desks, marble bathrooms, Bose iPod docks, laptop safes and floor-to-ceiling windows with sea or city views. For additional space, suites offer a separate seating area with sofa bed and skyline views, while Club-level rooms include private lounge access, additional services and upgraded amenities. If you're hosting a wedding, meeting or social function, you have more than 12,800 sq. ft. of event space to play with. You and your event guests will appreciate this hotel's resort-like amenities including a fitness center, whirlpool, sauna, heated outdoor pool and full-service Saray Spa. You'll be close to this cosmopolitan city's top attractions, such as the Museum of Islamic Art, Souq Waqif, the Corniche and Katara, an authentic cultural village. When it comes to dining, there's no need to leave the hotel; pick from nine options including Ipanema Brazilian grill, Champions sports bar, Cucina Italian restaurant and Glo Cocktail Bar, serving tapas-style small plates and sushi.
Image Available: http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/frame_mw?attachid=2084759
Add to Digg Bookmark with del.icio.us Add to Newsvine
Renaissance Doha City Center Hotel
Most Popular Stories
- Schedule packed with talent at the Fox
- I never set out to be a role model but it's great to be one ; IN THE HOTSEATBetter known by his stage name Wretch 32, Jermaine Sinclair is a 28-year-old rapper from London. In 2011 his debut album Black and White sold over a million copies and scored three top five singles. His latest single Blackout was released this week
- Entrepreneurs Chase Social Media
- European Car Sales up First Time in 20 Months
- Promoter McLean 'provided more musical joy than Dylan and Prince combined'
- Emirati announces new film project at Cannes
- The Blade, Toledo, Ohio, TK Barger column
- SINCE YOU ASKED [Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (PA)]
- SET PHASERS TO DUMB Spock emotional and in love? Nonstop explosions? The highly illogical enterprise of J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek'
- Detroit Free Press Julie Hinds column