From the curving streets of the city to the vivid blue Arabian ocean that surrounds it, Doha’s culture extends further than its vibrant location. Whether it’s searching through the local markets or indulging in a luxurious meal, W Hotel & Residences – Doha Insider Sofie Olesen gives you an exclusive look at the city that makes anyone feel like royalty.
The Museum of Islamic Art contains artifacts, manuscripts, and precious materials that showcase the historical and intellectual aspects of Islamic culture. A great place for the history buff or culture junkie.
Market by Jean-Georges is a melting pot where international cuisine meets local Arabian flavors, delighting the sophisticated palates of cosmopolitan gourmands.
Corner of Al Shamal N Rd & Al Markhiya St
Located almost near the outskirts of Doha and built to resemble a Qatari Castle, the mall features local and international brand retailers in a beautiful setting.
Omar Al Mukhtar St
The City Center Doha features over 350 international and local retail stores. The mall is also home to various entertainment centers and cinemas that feature the latest Hollywood blockbuster movies.
West Bay Lagoon
Doha Golf Club features a eighteen hole championship course which is home to the Qatar Masters and the PGA European Tour event. A great place to work on your game.