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Dusit International continues Middle East expansion

Dusit International has signed a management agreement with the Al Majed Group to operate Dusit Doha Hotel (357-key with 261 guest rooms and 96 hotel apartments), the group’s first Dusit-branded property in Qatar.

Situated in the West Bay area, the property is within walking distance to the Doha City Centre, Gate Mall and the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.

"Qatar is set to host two of the world’s largest sporting events: the FIFA World Cup 2022 – in which the country is expecting to host more than one million international visitors for the World Cup itself and the World Athletic Championship in 2019 which serves as a right time for us to open Dusit Doha Hotel to welcome the organizers, sponsors, and consultants who will be making Doha their home for the next few years. Dusit – being the first 5 star hotel in Qatar with Thai culture and heritage, would enable the vast Thai experience to the valuable customers," said Ahmed Mahdi Al Majed, Chairman of Al Majed Group.

"We have an excellent long-term relationship with Dusit International and firmly believe in their product quality and high standards of service. We look forward to yet another successful collaboration with them," he added.

"It’s an exciting time for Qatar and we’re delighted to announce the Dusit Doha Hotel, our second property with the Al Majed Group. The hotel will be designed keeping in mind the latest developments in the vibrant city, to resonate with both business and leisure travelers alike," said Suphajee Suthumpun, Group CEO, Dusit International.

Dusit International is in a significant growth phase that will see the number of properties reach over 50 within the next three to four years across key markets worldwide.

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