Qatar Palace Hotel

Address: 44 Al Asmakh St., Doha, Qatar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 44 Al Asmakh St., Doha, is near The Corniche, City Centre Mall, Ritz-Carlton Sharq Village & Spa, and Barbar Temples.
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Travel Blogs from Doha

The Flight from Hell!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by steph.t on Jul 21, 2015

... shoulder a bit which was annoying. I had to keep trying to subtly move her as much as possible. After I was about 2.5 hours from Berlin so I started watching Insurgent. About half way through my movie the near 2 year old of the family was sick and there was family drama up and down the aisle to get him to the mother. The kid then coughed all over me until the mother gave him medicine and a bottle. While he had the bottle I had him half on my lap so it could be prepared ...

Mother's Day

A travel blog entry by luarzepol on May 10, 2015

It is hot today. 108f degrees, 42 celsius. Man it is hot. Hand railings, cars and any metal left outside will burn you. Thank God Dino did not leave the apartment today. She still had a pretty ****** Mother's Day. No one around to share the day with. I had to go out for lunch and that I regret. I think I am going to bring my lunch the rest of the ...

Doha in the Desert!

A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10 on May 01, 2015

4 comments, 59 photos

... are empty and photographic boarding depicting people enjoying the future facilities surround the empty shop fronts.

Qatar is a tale of extremes - the super wealthy, expats and then the hired help/labourers with a huge income gap amongst the three classes.

4WDs/SUVs are the car of choice with very few small cars.

Labour is so inexpensive that there are many cleaners around. The city is pristine!

Petrol is dirt cheap at roughly 25 US ...

What I'm Grateful For...

A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 29, 2014

13 photos

... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jul 16, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... could do for us so we asked for a cold drink. After some discussion we decided on iced tea. Then the bar attendant sheepishly explained he really wasn't allowed to sell it to us but we could order it through room service.

We returned to our room to cool off and read local English language newspapers. One item of interest was that the predicted temperatures in Doha for our stay were in the range 34 to 45 deg C. Fortunately it is ...