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Four Seasons Doha Introduces New Premium Suites

Completing a magnificent property-wide transformation first unveiled in March 2020, Four Seasons Hotel Doha introduces two new premium suites that beckon luxury living at its best. The Presidential Suite and Royal Suite, both designed by award winning and world-renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR), offer unmatched views of the Arabian Gulf and spacious living that allows guests to spread out in style or entertain in the comfort of their own home away from home.

“We’re thrilled to usher in the new year with the completion of these deluxe retreats,” comments General Manager Jeff Rednour. “Since our re-opening last March, we’ve been blown away by the positive response extended by our guests and the community, which only fuels our commitment to offer an incomparable hospitality experience.”

The Presidential Suite

The 208 square metre (2,241 square foot) Presidential Suite truly allows today’s seasoned traveller to indulge and unwind. Gaze out from floor-to-ceiling windows and enjoy panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf. Or, revel in a posh entertainment lounge equipped with 75-inch LED television and state-of-the-art technology. Hosting family, friends or clients is effortless with a versatile open layout, dining room fit for ten and generous living area, including a grand piano.

Consistent with PYR’s philosophy of blending the hotel into the natural environment, the redesigned suite reflects the soothing colours and tones of the sky, sea and sand. The master bedroom offers sitting and dressing areas, walk-in wardrobes and an ensuite bathroom with a spectacular view from the marble bathtub.

The Royal Suite

Most impressive is the 260 square metre (2,799 square foot) Royal Suite, a two-level penthouse ideal for business and leisure travellers alike with versatile spaces allowing guests to enjoy productivity, precious time with family, entertaining or all of the above. The double height living room adds an air of grandeur and three balconies provide additional options to savour breath-taking views of the city skyline and Arabian Gulf. After a private dinner prepared in the gourmet kitchen or a delightful evening hosting guests in the formal dining room fit for 14, retreat upstairs to two bedrooms, including a luxurious master bedroom and a spa-like bathroom.

Throughout the stay, an on-call personalised butler takes Four Seasons signature service to another level, all while carefully heeding guidance from Four Seasons global health and safety program, Lead With Care.

Key Suite Features

Both luxury suites allow guests to experience the ultimate private escape with the following key features:

Two bedrooms, two full marble bathrooms with Hermès amenities and guest powder room suitable for six adults or three adults and three children
Working space equipped with state-of-the-art technology
Fully equipped kitchen
Grand piano in the living room
Automated curtains and lighting systems and temperature management preservation technology

World-Class Dining

In addition to private dining in the comfort of one’s suite, guests can also take advantage of myriad exceptional culinary experiences on property. Nine dining outlets – many redeveloped and expanded as part of the Hotel’s transformation – offer diverse and authentic experiences that can only be found in such a cosmopolitan city as Doha. From the world’s largest Nobu restaurant and beloved Seasons Tea Lounge, to the more casual Library Lounge and Arabica, a new contemporary coffee and dessert bar, an elite team of chefs from all over the world offer destination dining at its finest.

Iuliia Tore