Le Park Suite Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Jawaan St, Al Sadd, Doha, Qatar
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Costs 37% less but rated 76% lower than other 4 star hotels

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LONG TRANSITTIME IN QATAR

by RUMIZE

Im travelling from London to Colombo by Qatar airways with my aged uncle and aunty as we are Srilankans.
transit time is 14 hours, I need to know whether we will provided accomodation by qatar airways and can we go out from doha airport?

Thank you

Re: LONG TRANSITTIME IN QATAR

by travelinxs

Please check the exact number of hours which qualifies you for transit stop-over with both airline and Qatar embassy. I flew the same and obtained a visa thinking this was required only to be told I did not need the visa and Qatar paid for my accomodation and taxi return from the airport. I think my stop-over was 16 hours but I cant remember.
Cheers friend.

Re: LONG TRANSITTIME IN QATAR

by HansDK

Have a look here: http://www.qatarairways.com/global/en/stop-over.html

I doubt you are eligible to a free transit hotel accommodation in Qatar as Qatar Airways now have 3 daily flights from Doha to Colombo.

Contact your nearest Qatar Airways office as only they can give you exact information.
http://www.qatarairways.com/global/en/offices/contactus_unitedKingdom.html

Re: LONG TRANSITTIME IN QATAR

by Lauren5020

Hello,
My sister in law just had a 12 hour layover here in Doha. She was given free visit visa (to exit airport), transportation to hotel, hotel stay and meals.
Qatar airways seems to look after their customers. I would phone them, this is how she knew she was eligible for this.
Travel safely!

Re: LONG TRANSITTIME IN QATAR

by Dan30

I think you need to ask Qatar airways what are the rules of layovers.

I know like other Gulf airlines like Gulf Air, if transit for more then 8 hours they will provide a accommodations.

Qatar airways UK number out side the UK

Reservations Tel:+ 44 870 389 8090


Inside the UK 0870 389 80 90


The other question I wanted to ask you, what passport you will be traveling to Colombo. If you are traveling on UK Passport which states you are British Citizens, then you can apply for a visa at Doha airport.



But if traveling on another passport then contact the Qatar Embassy in London visa section regarding Transit Visa)



Qatar Embassy Monday – Friday Embassy open from 9am – 4pm – But Qatar Embassy web site states, Visa phone in Line is from 2pm – 4pm.


0207 493 22 00 in UK


0044 207 493 22 00 OUTSIDE THE UK:




Good Luck

Travel Tips for Doha

place to relax

by terps94

Nice place to relax for the day. This park is located in the maind drag in downtown Doha and if you are looking to lounge around on a nice day this is a place to be. The Park also has some stores where you can get some pearls and other jewelry.

Sadu Weaving

by frankcanfly

"Al Sadu" is the term used for the weaving process, is an old Arabic term that means to stretch or extend. Creating these beautifully decorated tents, rugs, cushions and camel bags was traditionally the Bedouin womens' way of live for many generations.

Wool is used from Goats, Sheep and Camels. The camels are used for the softer applications, while Goats' wool is used to create virtually waterproof tents.

Qatar Total Open 2007

by mikoykoy

When I learned that there will be another tennis tournament here in Doha, I said to myself that I will never miss this yearly event. Unfortunately last year, I was back in Manila for medical treatment when Qatar Total Open was held.

I had the chance to watch 2 times (28 Feb and 02 Mar). The venue was big enough to accommodate tennis fans. During the first day 5 courts and this was reduced gradually until the semi finals where the center court is used. Still, the center court accommodated the tennis fanatics.

This year, Qatar Total Open is from 26-Feb to 03-March. Famous names in tennis like Martina Hingis, Justine Henin, Daniela Hantuchova, Sania Mirza, Ai Sugiyama, Maria Kirilenko, Jelena Jankovic join this year's tournament. Last years winner was Nadia Petrova . I was hoping that Maria Sharapova would join the event but for some reason, she did not participated. She was the winner last 2005.

The event is open to public (free entrance) except at the lower box section of the center court during the semi-finals event.

There is a booth where I bought a souvenir cap. This cap is now very special to me because Daniela Hantuchova who is one of my tennis idol signed my cap after defeating Eleni Daniilidou (Greece)

Retro Souqs

by bpwillet about Any

One of the things you always hear about when you think of the Middle East are the souqs or bazaars. Qatar has a great merchant history and a still thriving merchant culture but has turned more towards western influenced commodities that come with higher standards of living and commerce. What the city planners of Doha have done is take their older souq area and transform it into its previous form. The area behind the al-Koot Fort has been under construction for a better part of a year now and the front facade of all the buildings takes you back to the bustling market life of turn of the century Qatar. These are mainly shops behind glass windows and doors. There are very few bazaar areas that are in caravan or "tent" style as you may think. The shops range from textiles to hand made garments by local tailors who definitely know their trade. You can also find exotic spices, and bins of dried fruits, nuts, and coffee or tea. There are also some great shops where you can see men weaving traditional baskets, selling antique housewares or toys. The souqs will allow you to haggle a little bit but be prepared to be given a marked price-especially if you are non-Arab. But there is always some fun in finding a deal!

friendly

by Fedzo about Aussie Legend

Friendly atmosphere, casual or sports, nice place to have a beer and watch a game. normally no problem to get in but they get more strict on thursdays or when it gets crowded (not frequently) casual, sport, no restriction

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Address: Jawaan St, Al Sadd, Doha, Qatar