Millennium Hotel Doha

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Jawaan Street, Al Sadd, PO Box 24249, Doha, 24020, Qatar
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83%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
32%
44
Very Good
32%
44
Average
19%
27
Poor
8%
12
Terrible
7%
10

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 56% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo50
  • Business62

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Forum Posts

7hr transit for Pakistan

by azizshaikh09

I have a 7h transit in Doha on KHI-DOH-IST. Please advise will QR offers meal or transit visa. What to do in transit.
Thanks

Re: 7hr transit for Pakistan

by Fluffy_bunny

QR? Qatari Airways? If you mena the airline, the will offer nothing for the transit. No food, no hotel, no visa. All that is your responsibility. There will be no need to leave the airport, so you don't need a visa. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes in the airport.

Re: 7hr transit for Pakistan

by picek

You will get meals only on the airplane, as soon you're in the airport you have to buy food and drink. What is in Doha airport read here:

http://www.qatarairways.com/global/en/doha-airport.html

or

http://www.dohaairport.com/

Only if you want to leave the airport for Doha and you're passing passport control you maybe need visa as Pakistan citizen (you should check with Ministry of Interior here:

http://www.moi.gov.qa/site/english/channel/Visitors/index.html

and see what are the procedures).

Re: 7hr transit for Pakistan

by MacedonianUK

I was on 6 hrs transit in Doha on LON-DOh-DEL flight.
You are offered nothing and if you want to go & explore outside you have to buy transit Visa for 48 hrs and it cost $50.
I thought that is wasn't worth it for 3 hrs sightseeing, anyhow it was me & my son, so $100 was too much. We stayed in the airport transit zone. There are plenty things to do. They have few restaurants on the above floor and nice shops on the ground. Also there is "meditation" room where you can rest and catch 40winks...

Re: 7hr transit for Pakistan

by azizshaikh09

Qatar Airways do obey IATA rulings, in transit for over 5 hours you get a meal. In transit for over 8 hours you get a hotel..I am still confused because my travel agent told me that "you have to asked for the vouchers as they don't publicize that" Please help.

Re: 7hr transit for Pakistan

by Dan30

Regarding the Visa Question it;s best to contact the Qatar Embassy in your home country - here is the info

Embassy of the state of Qatar in the The Islamic Republic of Pakistan
20 - University Road, Diplomatic
Enclave, G -5/4 , Islamabad

Phone Number 00 9251 260 09 56 00 9251 227 07 68.

Regarding transit) you should contact Qatar airways in your home country - hopeful they should be able to answer question.

Qatar Airways
Shop No. 1 & 2, 37-A, Sethi Plaza
Jinnah Avenue, Blue Area
Islamabad, Pakistan

Airport Address:
Room No 44, Ist Floor, Terminal Building
Islamabad International Airport,
Islamabad, Pakistan

Phone Number::: 00 9251 220 19 81.

Hope this info helps

Good Lucky

Travel Tips for Doha

Inexpensive Orient Vacation Spot

by dj_jake_audio

The single most important activity or site you would take someone, if they had never been to Doha before:
Relaxing at any of the 5-star hotels private beach and pool area.

If you ever wanted to experience the orient but do not have the funds for Dubai (or another high-end location), I strongly suggest visting Doha Qatar. What do I miss the most when away from Doha?
Friendships & Enjoying the Sites

More specifically:
- Sitting on the beach during sunset smoking a Shi-sha pipe
- Leaping into the waters of the Gulf from the upper deck of a Dhow (an Arab sailing vessel)
- Or having the driver scare the bejesus out of you on a 4-wheel drive sand dune Inland Sea tour, ending with a barbeque and bonfire at a private camp site waterside.

Read more about Doha and sand dunes:
http://www.igougo.com/attractions-reviews-b328297-Doha-Four-Wheeling_the_Sand_Dunes.html

General tips to be polite in Qatar

by ElCidRugger

There are some things that you should know before traveling here to make sure you give a good impression and don't offend anyone. Here's a list of tips:

Never show another person the sole of your foot. This includes when crossing your legs.

Never take someone's picture (especially women) without asking permission first.

Never give the thumbs up or OK hand signs. This is not as big a deal as I used to be (thanks to outside cultural influences), but it is still a good idea to avoid.

Watch the alcohol and pork intake. If dining with Muslim friends refrain from these items.

Avoid using your left hand when gesturing or passing food, it is considered unclean.

These are the big ones but there are more. It's always better to err on the side of good manners when traveling abroad.

Bay Jet-Skiing

by bpwillet

Jet skiing in the Doha Bay is an awesome way to spend some time. Many of the hotels like the Sheraton, Ritz Carlton, Marriott all have jet skiis to rent, even to non-residents. You just have to pay a small fee to use their equipment.

Shopping the Arab-way

by shala_booo about Souq Waqif

Souq Waqif is the ‘standing souq’ that evolved from humble beginnings and whilst perhaps still the most traditional part of Doha’s ‘souq’ area because its close to the port.
It has a number of perfume shops and stalls offering the most exclusive fragrances from the west alongside the attars and essential oils popular in Arabia. Awell worth a visit if you want to buy any of the traditional forms of Qatar national dress.
Souq Waqif is also full of shops selling all kinds of kitchen utensils, everything from cutlery and crockery, glasses and coolboxes, vaccum flasks and storage boxes to plastic were and pots and pans (including the sort of cauldron-sized containers which will enable you to cook for hundreds!).
Also available are falcon centres where you can touch and take photos of live falcons. - antique shops, you will find old arabic map collections that is worth keeping
- national dress, perfumes and spices
- candy stores
- kitchen utensils
- blankets, linens, appliances, electrical goods, textiles, sportswear and boutiques etc. souvenir shops sell hookahs from 50QAR to 300QAR, swords are from 100QAR and above, small trinkets 30QAR to 50QAR... dont hesitate to ask for discounts, they will give it to you with a smile.

Recently the most popular place in town

by Fedzo about Paloma

Paloma has become the most popular place in town, which is not always a good thing.
A Tex-Mex Pub/restaurant with live band and Dj.
Now there is an entrance fee for single men, and it's not always guaranteed to let u in.
If u r staying in Doha for a while, u better get yourself a memebership by presenting your business card. very easy to get for Europeans/americans Strict dress code, Smart casual/Trendy, no Sneakers or T-shirts. Girls Wear whatever u want !!

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 Millennium Hotel Doha

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Address: Jawaan Street, Al Sadd, PO Box 24249, Doha, 24020, Qatar