The four-star property brings a refined hospitality experience to Qatar's capital city
Following the success of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Doha's landscape is constantly evolving. A new addition to the capital's hospitality scene, the four-star Riviera Rayhaan by Rotana has opened its doors. With a prime location on Al Kindi Street, the hotel is 20 minutes away from Hamad International Airport and in proximity to Doha’s key business districts and leisure attractions. This makes the property a convenient and comfortable option for both business and leisure guests.
Riviera Rayhaan by Rotana boasts 185 rooms and suites, all featuring classic modern furnishings and flexible amenities. The suites range from one to four bedrooms, and all rooms offer a seating area or a separate lounge, a bathroom with a bathtub as well as the latest in-room technology.
On the menu
Offering four diverse dining venues, Riviera Rayhaan by Rotana is all set to become Doha's newest culinary hotspot. At Salvia restaurant, diners can choose from international and Mediterranean cuisine. Light bites and beverages are served at Aroma Lobby Lounge; tapas, snacks and desserts are on the menu at Aquarius Pool Café, while Al Majles Lounge serves up fine beverages.
Guests can also dine around the clock in the comfort of their room or suite with 24-hour room service just a phone call away.
Rest and relaxation
The state-of-the-art Bodylines Fitness & Wellness Club gives guests the chance to keep up with their fitness routines while enjoying their break. For a little more rest and relaxation, the spa offers a selection of treatments and also features a Jacuzzi, sauna and beauty salon.
The hotel also offers a temperature-controlled swimming pool, which is especially refreshing during the summer months.
Meetings and events are made memorable at Riviera Rayhaan by Rotana. Guests have the option to choose from three fully-equipped meeting rooms with a capacity of up to 100 guests, all with the latest audio-visual equipment.
Discover the best of Doha during your stay
The dynamic Qatari capital has so much to offer, whether you're looking to immerse in the local culture or enjoy a spot of shopping.
At the National Museum of Qatar, visitors will find exhibits that tell the story of the country's heritage and history. Qatar's oldest artefact ever discovered – a 400 million-year-old fossilised fish – can be found here. Each of the 11 galleries depicts a different era of Qatari history, from the Bedouin culture and its pearl diving past to the discovery of natural gas and oil.
At the Museum of Islamic Art, a collection of rare objects from the Islamic world brings Middle Eastern history, from the seventh to the 16th century, to life. Exhibits include rare manuscripts, textiles and cultural artefacts.
When shopping for souvenirs look no further than Souq Waqif, where pearls, gold, textiles, incense, spices, traditional jewellery and handicrafts can be found in plenty.