16 MARCH 2020
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The Four Seasons Hotel Doha has reopened after extensive renovations and a new look from interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, who is said to have reshaped the property into “an unmatched luxury destination at the centre of Qatar’s capital city”.
A particular feature is the lobby, which has been redesigned as an open-plan space with handmade and bespoke Italian furnishings including a hand-blown glass chandelier that takes centre stage in the ceiling.
In addition to offering Hermès amenities in all suites and state-of-the-art technology, the hotel pays homage to Qatari heritage with features such as mother of pearl inlay, while complementing a contemporary rejuvenation.
Rooms are equipped with energy-efficient technologies featuring automated curtains and lighting systems as well as temperature management preservation technology within the newly-installed windows.
The reopening also welcomes The Study, an outdoor bar and lounge concept on a terrace adjoining the Library and Cigar Lounge, a Doha favourite that maintains its original classic features while also serving a bespoke selection of cocktails.
General manager Jeff Rednour said: “Four Seasons Hotel Doha has been at the forefront of Qatari hospitality since its inception, and the regeneration of the property highlights this history and heritage while adapting to today’s guest expectations.”
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