The St. Regis Doha is the official hospitality partner of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters golf tournament beginning today at Doha Golf Club. The prestigious four-day event promises fans an incredible experience, with new features and entertainment options.
Tareq Derbas, Area General Manager of The St. Regis Doha, said: “We are proud to be the official hospitality partner of the 2018 Qatar Masters Golf Tournament, one of the most prestigious tournaments that Doha has ever witnessed.
“Once again this year, we are looking forward to extending a warm welcome to top name golfers as well as tournament spectators from around the world. With our exclusive gastronomic offerings, a collection of carefully crafted rooms and suites, and our signature world class service, we are certain that guests will find a warm welcome and the perfect environment to relax in, at the finest address in Qatar.”
“The St. Regis Doha also offers unique business and recreation facilities, and continues to set a benchmark for hotels in Qatar as it develops into a leading tourist and business destination”, Derbas concluded.
World-famous golfers taking part in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters can look forward to the ultimate five-star Qatari hospitality as The St. Regis Doha opens its doors to welcome them after a challenging day on the course.
Attending VIPS will also be treated to luxuriously-appointed suites offering extensive views over the Arabian Gulf’s tranquil blue sea. With twelve exclusive restaurants, a private beach, discreet oceanfront cabanas, tennis courts, a Remède spa, fitness facilities and an Olympic size swimming pool, The St. Regis Doha will welcome world’s leading players to Qatar with unrivalled magni?cence.
Spectators can witness history in the making from The St. Regis Doha private Chalet on the 18th Green at the Doha Golf Club, set exclusively to entertain hotel guests, corporate partners, VIP’s and players, featuring TV screens streaming live coverage of the entire event, and serving the all-time favourite afternoon tea ritual.
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