Four Seasons reopens Doha property after extensive renovation

Four Seasons Hotels Doha has reopened following extensive renovations and a complete redesign by world renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon.

In a press statement, the hotel group said Rochon had “reshaped” the 237-room neo-classical property “into an unmatched luxury destination at the centre of Qatar’s capital city.”

The lobby has been redesigned as an open-plan space to allow for views out over the Arabian Gulf, and features bespoke Italian furnishings including a hand blown glass chandelier. 

Renovations also span all bedrooms, suites, guest floors and dining outlets. 

“PYR has transformed this glorious seafront property into a refreshed and vibrant hotspot, whilst keeping true to its Qatari roots.” said general manager Jeff Rednour.

“Four Seasons Hotel Doha has been at the forefront of Qatari hospitality since its inception, and the complete regeneration of this beloved property highlights the history and heritage behind it, whilst adapting to today’s guest expectations.”

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