The 2022 FIFA World Cup
Qatar™ will be the most compact and accessible instalment of the tournament
yet. As soon as fans land in Doha they will immediately be at the heart of the
action – with the vast majority of hotels and resorts just 30 minutes away.
All hotels are also less than an hour away from any of the matches that fans will attend. They will be served by an ultra-modern metro, with stations and bus routes only a short distance from any accommodation.
A warm welcome
Visitors may be thinking
about staying in a luxurious resort on the edge of town, or one of the cruise
ships anchored at Doha Port, or perhaps one of the beautiful boutique hotel
nestled in the midst of the old souq.
Once there, they will encounter the world renowned Arabian hospitality – the owner and his family have already been so welcoming. They explained the Arabic concept of ‘diyafa’: generosity, hospitality and creating a sense of community, welcoming guests with open arms, making sure that their expectations are met and exceeded.
Our hosts certainly know the meaning of diyafa, having immediately made you feel at home.
Meeting the needs of the FIFA World Cup™ & beyond
Each of the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ stadiums will have a cluster of accommodation options in
close proximity. As a result, whichever option fans, players and officials
choose, they will enjoy easy access to venues, as well as all the amenities
they need and tourist attractions that draw people from around the globe.
The growing tourism industry in Qatar will make good use of the hotels and other accommodation options that will be a legacy of the 2022 FIFA World Cup™. Qatar already has a reputation for hosting spectacular sporting competitions and other events, meaning that accommodation will always be in demand here.
As well as serving the nation’s long-term development plans, all accommodation will be aligned with the principles of diyafa, which dictate that a visit to Qatar should be an immersive cultural experience that touches every aspect of the visitors’ lives, just as the tournament has already touched millions of lives in Qatar and the Middle East.