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Four Seasons announces new Doha property

Currently under construction, the  hotel is being developed in partnership with Q Bayraq Real Estate Investments

Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts continues to expand its portfolio of hotels, resorts and residences in the Middle East, having announced a new project currently under construction at The Pearl-Qatar development in Doha.

Situated on a private beach and surrounded by landscaped gardens and pools, the 19-storey building will offer resort-style luxury living in the heart of the city.

Available for short- and long-term stays, 161 fully-furnished apartments ranging with between one and three bedrooms will feature kitchens and expansive living areas, including outdoor terraces, all finished by Wimberly Interiors with bespoke details throughout.

84 private residences will be available for purchase at the new Four Seasons at The Pearl-Qatar 

A 20-year Four Seasons veteran, Mehdi Zaanoun has been appointed general manager of the new Four Seasons at The Pearl-Qatar having most recently held the role of general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca.

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Speaking about the new project, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts president of Global Business Development and Portfolio Management, Bart Carnahan said: “As Four Seasons continues to grow and diversify its development pipeline in the Middle East, we are proud to be part of The Pearl-Qatar development, an innovative project that will perfectly complement our existing hotel in the city.

“Four Seasons at The Pearl-Qatar offers a unique opportunity to be part of a community of residents and guests enjoying incredible on-site amenities and the unparalleled luxury service for which our company is renowned worldwide.”

For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com

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