Le Park Suite Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Park Suite Hotel Doha
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... at Doha with only 30 minutes to get across what seemed to be a huge terminal to our connecting flight. So we dashed off one air bridge thru another security screening and along moving walkways to another gate lounge and repeated the process towards Seoul. Well at least this time there was sound for the movies and as my body clock told me it was 2am I did try to get a bit of sleep. Nicky sensibly took a sleeping pill as was in the land ...
... 8220;sleeping lounge” that we'd seen signs for as we had 5 hours to kill and it was 5am. The airport was really so weird, even the children's play area was like a piece of art and didn't look like it was something children should be allowed to touch.
They also have single sex lounges, however, Qatar is not as strict as somewhere like Saudi Arabia. It has a less conservative view on sex separation and women are even allowed ...
... Riyals, but USD and credit cards are accepted.
My breakfast was Lebanese Tabbouleh, traditionally made of tomatoes, finely chopped parsley, mint, and onion, and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt (Thanks Wikipedia!). Ivy had Baba Ghanoush Salad - cooked eggplant mixed with onions, tomatoes, olive oil and various seasonings, Dolma (stuffed vine leaves) that tasted like kueh and also a kibbeh. The taste was very tasty and ...
... this was, we thought an essential service we couldn’t afford to skimp on or in fact actually do independently as tickets can only be bought with an Indian credit card or at a stretch an American Express card which we don't possess. So we asked SD Enterprises to review our proposed itinerary and advise on available train times, after quite a bit of toing and throing over a few months - yes, months not weeks - we agreed a final and ...
... drink where we met Helen from Warrnambool who had walked the Camino as well. Finally I was meeting this woman that a couple of other pilgrims had asked if I'd met. The Camino is a strange thing...
It was time to do some shopping starting at Mango clothing. Whilst Cheryl was busy browsing I decided to wander off on my own and arranged to meet her in 90 minutes. I went into a luggage shop, not because I needed any I just like looking at it...anyway as I ...