Ramada Encore Doha Opens in Middle East

Wyndham Hotel Group has continued its expansion into the Middle East with the opening of the Regency Group-owned Ramada Encore Doha in Qatar. The hotel is the region’s first Ramada Encore property.

Situated in the Al-Asmakh area of Doha, less than three miles from Doha International Airport, the hotel is the second Wyndham Hotel Group property to open in Qatar’s capital and the first Ramada Encore hotel in the world to be managed by the company.

The new Ramada Encore Doha is located on Ahmad Bin Mohamad Bin Thani Road and offers 111 contemporary guestrooms with free wired Internet access. All guestrooms feature queen or twin beds, a large work desk, LCD television with satellite channels, IDD phones, voice mail, mini fridge, tea/coffee maker and an electronic safe. Rooms on non-smoking floors and interconnecting rooms are also available upon request.

For dining options, the hotel features The Hub, a signature offering of all Ramada Encore properties that includes an international breakfast buffet and an à la carte lunch and dinner menu. A coffee bar in the lobby serves a mix of hot and cold soft beverages and for those wishing to dine in the comfort of their rooms, 24-hour room service is available.

Business travelers will appreciate access to a 24-hour business center with print, copy and fax services as well as two meeting rooms equipped with the latest audio and video technologies. Other amenities include a temperature-controlled indoor swimming pool, a gymnasium and separate male and female saunas. Airport transportation and on-site parking are also available.

 

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