The next FIFA World Cup is set to kick off November 21, 2022 which is a first (usually done in the summer), at the 4,471 square mile country of Qatar. The majority of the World Cup Venues will be located in and around the capital, Doha. Three of the stadiums are to be located in Doha itself, with the nine others in the nearby area. Around 60 percent of the visitors are expected to use the Doha metro, a transit system that is still currently under construction.
While you’re here to make sure you stay at the five-star Four Seasons Doha, aptly named the Royal Suite, not only will you be immersed in a 360-degree view of the Arabian Gulf, but also with service like no other. This is a prime starting point to this Lavish Fifa world cup. Set on the beach next to a private marina, this posh luxury hotel is 3 km from the Doha Corniche along the Gulf and 8 km from the Museum of Islamic Art.
If that doesn’t do it for you then let me present, The St. Regis Doha which is a five-star luxury hotel with 336 guest rooms including 70 luxurious suites, aiming to set new standards of luxury service & excellence with the signature St. Regis Butler Service. The hotel introduces a collection of ten signature restaurants & bars, extensive recreation facilities including world-acclaimed Remède Spa. The St. Regis Doha is the finest address for the world cup.
Now if you’re looking for a fine dining experience after an intense match make sure you stop by this savory restaurant run by Michelin star chef Guy Savoy called “cuisine”. The minimalist interior of the restaurant is detailed with sophisticated touches, which adds a romantic atmosphere to the cozy space. The food is inspired by a number of international cuisines, presented in a unique style. This quaint little restaurant sure to win you heart and stomach over.
If you’re in a bit of a hurry feel free to stop by this beautiful restaurant Overlooking the clear waters of the Arabian Gulf, “Opal” offers everything that defines Gordon Ramsey experience, yet in a relaxed and social dining environment. Staying true to its essence and inspired by street-food, the menu features all-time favorites such as “Opal-Angus” short rib burger, Arabic-inspired dishes straight from the pizza oven as well as excellent side dishes and desserts. It is a great place to either grab a quick bite or enjoy a meal on the terrace outside.
So as you prepare for the world cup make sure you’re weighing your options and plan ahead as it’s expected to be really busy. Either way get ready to enjoy this 2022 Fifal World Cup in Qatar.