Doha Nightlife

  • The Chic Interior - The Library Bar & Cigar Lounge
    The Chic Interior - The Library Bar &...
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  • The Chic Interior - The Library Bar & Cigar Lounge
    The Chic Interior - The Library Bar &...
    by greekcypriot
  • The Chic Interior - The Library Bar & Cigar Lounge
    The Chic Interior - The Library Bar &...
    by greekcypriot

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    Library Bar & Cigar Lounge (Four Seasons): Perfect for a Pre-dining or Late-night drink.

    by greekcypriot Updated Jan 17, 2014

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    The Chic Interior - The Library Bar & Cigar Lounge
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    During our stay at the Four Seasons I was attracted by its interior which is gorgeous, very chic and elegant.


    TIP:I can’t think of a better place to go to for a Cocktail, a Glass of Wine or some Champagne.A pianist performs in the evening and it is the perfect retreat for a pre-dining or late-night drink.

    Dress Code: Casual Trendy

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    LAVA: A Trendy Night Club -Worth visiting!

    by greekcypriot Written Dec 11, 2013

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    Enjoying the ambience with some dainty morsel.
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    We came here for the Guest Cocktail party. I would call it a gathering instead because it had nothing to do with partying the time we showed up. It was quite early (6:30pm) and there was soft music ideal for a drink and some chatting. We had a cocktail at first and then a glass of wine but in the meantime we tried several dainty morsel that were brought to us. Everything we tried here was of exquisite taste and quality I have to admit.

    Staff is courteous and attentive, and waiters kept coming back with more delicacies in the platters.

    We made ourselves comfortable inside close to the beautiful bar. I loved the cozy ambience and colours. Of course if you come here after 8.00pm or much later the atmosphere is totally different. It seems that it is a hot spot and an amazing Night Club.

    There are multiple offers each night so if you decide to come it is better to check beforehand the night that suites you best.

    From a brochure I had seen while there, I noticed that on Sundays it is the Hoteliers Night. Music from a DJ and a 50% discount on food and beverage for hoteliers and cabin crew.

    On Tuesdays let’s say it is the Ladies Night and out here ladies are offered free drinks until late. (Between us, Qatari women are constantly out having fun with their lady friends. They are much after entertainment and you will see them in the hotels coming for breakfast, lunch or dinner and in the evening they usually party the night out with their female friends. I bet they know well how to have fun and entertain themselves.)

    Opening hours from 8:00 pm to 02:00am, but have in mind that the night club remains closed on Saturdays.

    Consider dropping by if you happen to be around. I am sure you will love it.

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    Irish Harp: The Sheraton's Irish Pub

    by Airpunk Written May 13, 2013

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    Irish Harp, Doha

    Of course, you can't export the atmosphere of a pub in the Irish countryside one to one to high-class hotel in Doha. Still, the Irish harp is not a bad place to spend your evenings. Live music and football on the telly are here, though the music can vary from rock via Irish traditional to jazz. Peanuts are available for free with any drink, bar snacks and a la carte hot food are available for order. That said, it is a plastic upper class version of an Irish pub, but I still liked it. It is the closest to a pub Doha has to offer.

    Audience consists mainly of expats with hotel guests and other tourists representing only the second largest section. Please note that you have to register with a passport to enter the pub according to Qatar's law on alcohol.

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    Cloud Nyn: Nightlife-Cloud Nyn

    by Kilted Updated Aug 1, 2011

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    Located in the Al Sadd Merweb Hotel. The entrance policies here are very strange. If you are a woman, or with a woman, you will probably get in for free. However, if you are a single man, you may have to pay an entrance, or you may be told that it is a member’s own club and denied entrance altogether. Inside the club is small, although the mirror at the back gives the impression that it is larger than it really is, and dark - although the waiters’ trays helpfully light up when they serve you. A welcome change in Doha.

    Dress Code: No sneakers/tennis shoes or sandels

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    CLOUDNYN CLUB MERWEB HOTEL MEZ. FLOOR: CLOUDNYN CLUB

    by iyigun Updated Apr 4, 2011

    GOOD PEOPLE - GOOD BAR - GOOD MUSIC - NICE STAFF - GOOD NIGHTTIME
    SMALL BUT WARM PLACE

    Dress Code: Strict dress code the one and only obligation: NO sportshoes ware allowed:

    Jeans and T-shirts are all welcome.
    COUPLES free entrance
    Tuesdays Ladies night beer and wine unlimited and free for miss

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    Irish Harp: Nightlife-Irish Harp

    by Kilted Written Jun 14, 2009

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    Take the lift down from the lobby in the Sheraton, and you'll get to one of the newer bars in Doha. The Irish Harp has a great athmosphere, live music, actually looks and smells like an Irish pub, and, unlike Irish pubs nowadays, you can also smoke there. The drinks are not cheap, but this has not deterred its customers.

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    Four Seasons cigar lounge: new year

    by call_me_rhia Updated Jan 22, 2009

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    dancing - new years

    We spent New Years Eve at the Four Seasons cigar lounge... alcohol is usually off-limits in Doha, except in a few posh hotels... and we wanted to toast to the New Year. We had not made reservations for the restaurants, and they were packed but the cigar lounge was cosy and emty, it had a small selection of (good) food and wines/cocktails - which suited us well.

    Right before midnight the restaurants had closed and downstairs, in the restaurants' halls, everyone could dance the night away.

    Dress Code: Casual smart is more than appropriate for the lounge

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  • Qube: MN2S at Qube, Doha 5th December

    by clairegetin Updated Nov 18, 2008

    Friday 5th December: MN2S @ Qube, Qatar

    MN2S Accompanied by X-Press 2, can’t wait to set the floors ablaze once more at their second pumping night in Qube in two months!

    Rocky, Diesel and Ashley Beedle have become world famous as the trio that make up X–Press 2. Combining 3 mixers, 6 decks and a myriad of EFX and quality tunage the boys are always sure fire winners with crowds across the globe and MN2S are delighted to be hosting them
    in their first ever event at Qube.

    X-Press2 first rose to underground prominence through Ibiza classics "Mukzik Express" and "London Xpress". 2001 saw the release of their album Muzikizum which contained two more U.S. dance chart entries: "Smoke Machine" (#31) and "Lazy," which hit #1 in 2002. but it was to be lazy released in 2002 that perfectly summed up the mood of the nation. Charting at number two in the national charts it became the biggest airplay track of the year and won then the prestigious Ivor Novello award.

    Join MN2S in Qatar’s capital Doha at their premier nightclub Qube.

    When: Friday 5th December
    Where: Qube, Qatar
    Cost: TBC
    Info: mn2s.com
    Who: X-Press 2

    Dress Code: No Trainers

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    Out Back on the Beach: Intercontinental Hotel -Good Bands, beach parties

    by Leodapoz Written May 29, 2008

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    The Intercontinental Hotel will frequently have live bands and other outdoor activities at night with the Doha nightscape for a background. Fabulous outdoor pool and health club, and great food at the Poloma (Tex-Mex) restaurant and the Za Moda (Italian). InterContinental Doha has the LONGEST PRIVATE BEACH and is located in the thriving West Bay, near the central business district and diplomatic area. A bit pricey, but service is great and on the 6th floor a full breadfast is included as well as 6-8 happy hour where cheeses, fruits and other goodies will fill you up. The lounge has a live band and is a popular place for Ex-Pats as well as locals.

    Dress Code: Business Casual is typical dress.

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    Q (something?): Ramada disco

    by emmet7 Written Mar 20, 2008

    not many places to go but try the club in the basement of the Ramada; probably the best place in town despite it appearing to be a 'gay club' with all the men dancing together. You can dance with women there but many of them are hookers or simply unattractive.

    In my opinion the Mideast is definitely not the place to party. Enjoy! (or try)

    Dress Code: semi-casual

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  • Garveys (European Family Club): Garveys charm

    by desifun Written Feb 22, 2008

    “enjoy a blend of mideast culture & hospitality with western vignettes”

    Doha is a fine spot for sunshine and peacefully old-fashioned Arabian bonhomie as well as European fare - smoke the sheesha on a terraced restaurant, choose to either skip the brouhaha exhibited in the rest of the Gulf and partake of simple MidEastern Charms - bargaining in the souk (or the malls), wholesome ethnic foods (or gourmet cuisine), glide along in a dhow (or hire a chauffeur) - various hotels and clubs offer variety as well as the familiar for the homesick visitor (visit the Garveys for European charm - no-nonsense approach keeps away troublemakers, Mel's kitchen satiates, Wanda spreads Persian-Portuguese charm - rampant media entertainment for the reclining and pool and court games for the adventurous) Bike club, live music every other Fridays.

    Enjoyed at fabulous show at the Asian Games. Miss the enchantment of the whirling Doha sands? Tune into qatarradio.net for a spot of Arabian charm.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdv

    Dress Code: smartly casual

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  • Rydges: There is light at the end of the tunnel

    by stevie.o Written Oct 18, 2007

    An excelent night all in all. Started in the Italian restraunt "il rustico", nice house red & pizza. Liked the bread with roasted garlic and balsamic vinegar, nice touch. Might be a good idea to book on busy nights or if you are with a large party. Next was the "Aussie Legends" sports bar, took some time to find a seat but once settled was nice to relax with a couple of (expensive) beers and some good music mixed by a real DJ (The first I've seen or heard in months). As a DJ myself checked out the equipment, was good quality CD DJ stuff (Got the same mixer myself). Could do with updating to latest MP3 mixing but otherwise very good. Will def go back many times.

    Dress Code: Smart casuals or you may not get in

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    Al Wanis Shisha Terrace, Sharq Spa & Village: Relaxing Shisha Experience

    by shala_booo Written May 18, 2007
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    My guy took us to this newly opened posh place in Ras Abu Aboud where everybody is saying that its the most beautiful hotel/resort in Qatar.
    It was a thursday night, start of the weekend in the Gulf, so it wasnt a good idea to come without a reservation because we ended up sitting in the dining area instead of the area that has has large sofas with fluffy pillows.
    Mezzah are totally delightful and a fine array of wines are available. A wonderful experience all in all, another success managed by the Ritz Carlton Group.

    Dress Code: Casual is all right but locals wear their national dresses so it is best you dress appropriately also.

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  • Habanos: Bringing Latin Flavlour to little Doha

    by Fedzo Written Apr 25, 2007

    As the Name shows, welcome to Salsa land.
    A chique lounge bar with Cigar displayed and a portrait of Castro on the wall.
    still a bit incognito, which is a good thing, offering a wide variety of latin cocktails.
    The greatest thing about the place is the Colombian band, playing all kind of latin music and lots of Salsa. too bad it doesn't have a dance floor.
    Try the Mojito.. Delicious !

    Dress Code: Casual

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  • The Pearl: Best Spot in town

    by Fedzo Written Apr 25, 2007

    The Pearl is Officaly the only Club in town, a two story place with 3 Bars and a big dance floor.
    It's considered the Headquarters of Lebanese Party animals, along with Europeans.
    The main drawback is that it is a members only club. Luckily each member is allowed to bring in two male guests.
    The House DJ is DJ JOJO, a very famous figure in Doha music and entertainment life, as he also runs some shows on Doha's English broadcasting Radio station.
    A place strongly recommended.

    Dress Code: Smart casual/ Trendy, no sneakers, Jeans, T-Shirts.

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