Luxury hotel brand Mondrian will open its first property in the Middle East later this year.
Mondrian Doha is scheduled to have its soft opening in the second quarter of 2017, followed by a grand opening in late September.
The 270-room hotel is shaped like a falcon, and features eight restaurants and bars, including the latest outpost of Wolfgang Puck’s Cut steakhouse concept, and a Japanese restaurant by Masaharu Morimoto.
The Marcel Wanders-designed property features rooms with Swarovski crystal chandeliers and bespoke furniture “in hues to mirror the desert”, while in the public areas design elements include “giant columns with golden eggs, a ‘tree of life’ comprised of flowers, falcon video art, giant shisha, patterned carpets, ornate stained glass and intricate mosaic tiling”.
The building also incorporates a stained glass dome skylight on the 27th floor, and a four-level high spiral staircase leading up to a viewing platform.
Other facilities will include a nightclub, rooftop pool and skybar, spa and grand ballroom.
Mondrian Doha is located next to Lagoona Mall in the West Bat area of Doha, and will be the gateway to the new Lusail City development.
Owned by SBE following the group’s purchase of the Morgan’s Hotel Group, the Mondrian portfolio currently comprises the Mondrian South beach, Mondrian Los Angeles and Mondrian London at Sea Containers.
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