Qatar to Host 3rd Qatar Boat Show


Qatar, a sun-drenched peninsula jutting into the Arabian Gulf, is a land of rolling dunes, historical forts, proud traditions and time-honoured aspirations.

The country is about to host the third edition of the Qatar International Boat Show (QIBS)

It is to be held this November from 10-14, under the auspices of HE the Prime Minister and Interior Minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani at Mourjan Marinas in Lusail City.

This years’ show will showcase more than 120 brands and 85 boats both on land and in water.

With its guaranteed year-round sunshine, diverse activities, world class cuisine and accommodation options, the destination is attractive to visitors of all tastes. In addition, Qatar offers a fascinating taste of local culture and traditions through an array of awe-inspiring architecture and a collection of museums.

In 2015, Qatar welcomed a host of new hotel openings, and here are just a few that woill welcome boat show visitors

Marsa Malaz Kempinski The Pearl, Doha is the 281 room Marsa Malaz Kempinski The Pearl, Doha, that blends European architecture with traditional Arabian features.

Meliá Hotels International opened Meliá Doha in 2015, the first five star Spanish hotel in Qatar. Located in the prestigious West Bay region. Each of the 317 spacious rooms include the latest mod cons and combine elegance with contemporary Spanish style. (

Saraya Corniche Hotel is a five star-star luxury hotel which offers a home away from home for visitors with 220 well-appointed guest rooms and suites with high quality amenities

Anantara Doha Island Resort and Spa is just 20 minutes on a luxury yacht from the heart of Doha is this exclusive island resort. The high-end Arabian hideaway is a sanctuary which fuses sophisticated Arabian design, plush comforts and Anatara’s signature amenities. ()