Grand Suite Hotel

Address: Doha, Doha, Qatar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Doha

What I'm Grateful For...

A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 29, 2014

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... containing 20L. They carry these buckets on their head while another two in their hands. The older children some with their mum to help carry smaller buckets. It was an eye opener seeing so many families huddling around one tap. Meat. Meat, meat and more meat! They don't eat meat! It's rare for them to be able to afford it. Most families own cattle and goats but they are to provide for the family with milk. A lot of have chickens, and those that had a lot would eat some ...

Delightful Doha

A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Jun 20, 2014

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... Soccer World Cup on the big screen outside…

As we reflected on our month away we were so happy with the choices we had made as we found this holiday to be such a fabulous balance for us. We actually enjoyed just getting up every morning and not having to plan anything in Morocco for the advantage of the tour was that all the decisions were made for us, we could sit back and enjoy the ride drinking in the views and soaking up ...

In it for the Long Haul

A travel blog entry by argo182 on Jun 02, 2014

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The longest flight I had ever taken up until now was 6 hours. When 6 hours feels as though it has dragged on for a day or two, you might begin to dread spending 23 hours inflight in a single day. And that's how it was for me. While I do enjoy flying (especially when there's unlimited inflight entertainment), the fun part does only last a few glorious seconds. As the plane barreled down the runway gathering speed in preparation for the smoothest lift-off I've ...

One day layover in Doha

A travel blog entry by tiffanykdansie on Jan 10, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... but once inland you definitely felt that the country it is truly a desert, and at night could feel the cold air of a desert night. Since I was limited on time, I didn't make it to the center of town, but opted to visit the covered bazaar, which was also a short 10 minute walk the other direction. I entered in the section with the colorful birds and cute bunny rabbits and baby chicks. I was most surprised to see hatched Easter eggs! Who knew??? The stalls were just opening back ...

Dining at the Nusantao Sea Kitchens, Doha

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Dec 01, 2013

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Exquisite Cuisine, Impeccable Service, Steady Value!


The Exotic East Cuisine of the Nusantao Sea Kitchens is by far the Best I have ever tasted through the many trips I had in the Middle East.

THE NAME: Well, 'nusantara' –a combination of words in reality means Archipelago in Javanese while ‘Tao’ a Chinese word signifies way or direction. The combination evokes the memories of the ...