Al Najada Doha Hotel by Tivoli
The Al Najada Doha Hotel by Tivoli is a new and exciting architectural feat, boasting one-of-a-kind surroundings and a sumptuous modern design. Located in the heart of central Souq Al Najada, next to the historic marketplace Souq Waqif, the property is a tranquil oasis in energetic Doha, overlooking the exotic surrounds of a large elegant piazza and the glistening Arabian Gulf. The hotel features 151 rooms and suites, each designed as a thoughtful Arabian sanctuary with the utmost satisfaction and indulgence in mind. Facilities combine true comforts, innovative amenities and enhanced privacy, meeting the desires of business guests, families and leisure travellers. Enjoy privileged views from the piazza terrace or gazing down from your own private balcony. Relax with adventure, exploration and relaxation at your fingertips in one of the most opulent hotels in Doha, Qatar.
ENTRANCES & RECEPTION AREAS
- Floor surfaces at the main entrance are slippery which is problem for wheelchair users or people using mobility equipment.
- A reception desk is available to enable people to ask staff information about the venue.
- The check in desk does not have a lowered section to enable wheelchair users to communicate with staff more easily.
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