This Monday, August 1, sees the Accor group launch the Pullman brand in the West Bay business district of Doha. A new address that will be ready for the next major sporting event that is fast approaching: ” We had the wonderful opportunity to open the first Pullman hotel and introduce the [Pullman] brand in Doha before the World Cup later this year

,” says Ehab Barghouth, General Manager of Pullman Doha West Bay. However, it is likely that the dress code adopted by the clientele of the new establishment will be closer to a suit and tie than to a supporter’s outfit. Beyond this great soccer event, the hotel group is betting on business travelers and meetings & events.

Located in the heart of the business district, the Pullman Doha West Bay has no less than 375 rooms and suites, divided into 11 categories. In addition, the establishment has a long-stay component, with 93 apartments that ” meet the demand for extended stays with services, combining the luxury of a five-star hotel and the comfort of your own home

,” says Ehab Barghouth. Pullman The new Pullman address has 375 rooms, but also 93 apartments for extended stays

As one might expect from the brand’s profile, Pullman’s arrival in Doha’s business district also adds a new option for MICE customers. The Pullman Doha West Bay offers seven “hyperconnected” meeting rooms with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment. And an XXL function room, the “Al Thuraya” ballroom, capable of hosting events for up to 700 people in a stylish setting with high ceilings, arabesque-style walls and Swarovski chandelier. The MICE facilities will adopt the “Meet/Play by Pullman” concept, with the fun element embodied in a “chill out” room set up next to the meeting spaces, allowing participants to enjoy a coffee or a game of table soccer. ” With a sleek, modern design, best-in-class business facilities, reliable service and a balanced approach to work and wellness, I am confident that Pullman Doha West Bay will become a favorite among Doha residents and international visitors alike,” says Ehab Barghouth.