Posted on May 09, 2015

Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels (SWBH), the luxury, five-star hotel collection owned and managed by Al Rayyan Hospitality, participated for the fourth consecutive year in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) exhibition, from 4 – 7 May in Dubai. A senior level delegation representing SWBH accompanied Al Rayyan Hospitality to promote Qatar tourism with the hotel collection’s authentic offering that reflects Qatari hospitality and originality.

SWBH hotel collection exhibits [qatarisbooming.com].jpg“ATM is a major global hospitality event with a significant presence in the travel industry. Today, SWBH is participating for the fourth year in a row to showcase our exquisite collection of hotels that showcase Qatari hospitality with modern design and unique style,” said Taleb Al Henzab, General Manager at Souq Waqif Boutique Hotels. “Each SWBH hotel is an elegant mix of Arabic hospitality and superb, modern design. The collection has quickly succeeded in attracting a wide segment of Qatar visitors by providing them with the opportunity to discover the country’s cultural heritage through each hotel’s unique design,” added Al Henzab.

“We have developed strong relationships with many prestigious global tourism companies. ATM is therefore a great opportunity to offer the latest updates from SWBH, given the imminent opening of Najd Boutique Hotel, SWBH’s most recent addition, before the end of this month. Najd will feature Arabian design beautifully complemented with contemporary amenities to create a unique example of authenticity and modernism,” concluded Al Henzab.

Due to its strategic location in the heart of historic Souq Waqif, SWBH has energised tourism in Qatar with its five-star accommodation as guests enjoy the highest levels of convenience and state-of-the-art facilities. In addition, SWBH’s traditional Dhow sailing boats add a magical dimension to guests’ experience, allowing them to experience Doha’s magnificent skyline at sea while listening to music and tasting delicious Arabic and international dishes prepared for them by specialised chefs on board.

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