Le Park Suite Hotel

Address: Jawaan St, Al Sadd, Doha, 24835, Qatar | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Jawaan St, Al Sadd, Doha, is near The Corniche, City Centre Mall, Qatar National Museum and Aquarium, and Al Areen Wildlife Sanctuary.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Park Suite Hotel Doha

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    Travel Blogs from Doha

    Connected to the Digital age

    A travel blog entry by luarzepol on May 02, 2015

    We finally got a hard wired broadband connection. It is actually very fast. It took them 3 hours to wire and connect it all but it is running. Did I say it was fast. So now it is time to get some work done. I have a bunch of stuff I need to catch up on after we make some needed phone calls. In order to watch ...

    On our way!

    A travel blog entry by tansyjefferies on Nov 29, 2014

    1 photo

    ... we resigned ourself to a three hour check in the next day to try to rectify matters.
    Turns out luck was on our side and after a lot of pleading and our check in agent disappearing to discuss with his manager, we were allocated seats together. Turns out they were the exit row seats. Result! I am now just hoping that that was the only thing to 'slip my mind'.
    14 hours later we landed in Doha's ...

    What I'm Grateful For...

    A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 29, 2014

    13 photos

    ... not once did I worry about what might happen to me. Maybe it was the naivety, but I would like to think it was the place. Arusha was beautiful and it had a bit of everything. It had the poor, it had the rich. It had the dirt, it had the green. It had donkeys and cows and goats roaming the streets. There was love, family, acceptance and patience. Complete strangers would help the little ones, men would give up their seat for the elderly. There was tradition and customs. It was ...

    The road to South Africa

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 14, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... and we set off. Dorothy's remarked several times how lucky we are to have learnt English while growing up. Traveling is hard as is, and I've often wondered how Korean, Japanese and Chinese tourists handle the language barrier. More often than not, I've observed them in hostels studying translated versions of lonely planet into the night. This "homework" helps them, since they know what price a taxi / hostel should be, versus your average backpacker. It was nice having a ...

    Farewell, Kathmandu...

    A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on Jun 16, 2014

    ... theory is this: Front-line customer service people are only empowered to do so much. How much they are empowered to do depends upon the philosophies of the company.

    Some companies (some of the shadier insurance companies are a prime example) will just say no to everyone as a matter of policy. The idea there is that most people will not follow up, so you avoid giving too much away. I happen to think that is ****** customer service, but that's just me. To me, good ...