At Al Sheehaniya nature reserve, visitors can enjoy seeing the Arabian oryx up close. View one of these beautiful animals in profile, with their horns in line, and you will understand why some say the oryx is the source of the unicorn myth.
Qatar's combination of traditional Arab Culture spiced with 21st century development provides interesting mix of sites to visit. The hotel is located closed to some attractive locations such as: West Bay, Corniche and Al Rumaila Park, Museum of Islamic Art, Souq Waqif and Gold Souk.
Qatar is one of the safest places in the world with a very friendly atmosphere and usually the case in Qatar, you will find the taxis Karwa to be safe, vehicles are clean and air-conditioned, and drivers are helpful.
The Museum of Islamic Art offers an insight into Qatari culture with an extensive collection of Islamic art and artifacts. In Doha's famous Souq Waqif, you can buy traditional arts and crafts, sample cuisines from all over the world and enjoy a shisha.
To experience the richness of Arab culture and the stark beauty of Qatar's desert landscape, there's nothing better than a desert safari from Doha. After some exhilarating dune-riding, you will enjoy authentic Arab food, drink and hospitality.
The Museum has an extensive collection of Islamic Art and Artefacts on display. Designed by Pritzker Prize laureate and famous architect I.M. Pei, this architectural masterpiece rises majestically out of waters off Doha's Corniche.
Located behind the Corniche, off Grand Hamed St, Souq Waqif is a showpiece of traditional architecture, handicrafts and folk art, and was once a weekend trading area for the Bedouin. Meaning “standing market” in Arabic, the Souq evokes the feeling of ancient Arabic heritage and community.The only traditional souq to remain in the Gulf, it’s now a charming labyrinth of narrow streets where visitors can bargain and purchase an amazingly diverse range of products and paintings by Qatari artists.