The Mondrian Doha, Qatar’s newest luxury accommodation establishment, will finally open its doors to give clients their famous VIP treatment.
Qatar’s newest jewel, the luxurious Mondrian Doha is set to open its door for the first time ever in coming months. The property owners have announced that their are aiming for a soft opening by the second quarter of this year after a 4-year long delay, and that is soon.
The falcon inspired building will host the hotel’s 270 rooms and suits, along with eight bars and restaurants serving both local and international cuisine, along with what is being marketed off as “an exclusive and immense spa.”
The project leading up to this opening set off in 2011, eyeing for a 2013 opening back then, but was pushed several times, the latest scheduled opening date being in Fall 2015. Standing at a prime location on West Bay lagoon, near the Lagoona Mall, the hotel is part of the sbe hotel group.
The building was designed by Dutch architect Marcel Wanders and stands 31-stands high, with the resemblance of a falcon. It welcomes you through a beak-shaped entrance, with an upper design patterns in the likes of wings and a base carved out in the image of a nest.
Two of the Mondrian eateries will be CUT by Wolfgang Puck exquisite global brand, a fine steak house, the other a Japanese fusion concept.
The hotel will also home a branch of the tasty Magnolia Bakery, as well as Walima, an authentic Qatari restaurant, a burger joint and bar called the Hudson Tavern, a cigar lounge called Smoke and Mirrors and a terrace for shisha nights.
The hotel’s more entertaining facilities include the Black Orchid nightclub, a refreshing indoor pool, and the skybar Cirrus on the top floor.
While the Mondrian Doha hotel will be soft-opening before summer, they will official open doors in September, according to the Qatar Tribune.