How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Swiss-Belhotel Doha
Travel Blogs from Doha
... flying around in the background that you couldn't help but laugh. And I guess that's how we felt about our time in Uganda- crazy but we had to laugh! Then, we landed in the next millennium. Qatar airport could not be more of an extreme contrast to Uganda if you tried and we felt like we had been dumped from one evolutionary era to the next. Qatar is probably the newest and most modern place in the world and something you could never dream of building even if you had a ...
Hey everyone! So yesterday (Wednesday the 2nd April) my family and I drove to the Melbourne airport to say goodbye because I was leaving for FRANCE!!! It was a sad and exciting time. We were able to window shop in the airport for a bit before getting on a plane at 11:55 and took a 14 hour flight to Doha, Qatar. It was a long plane ride and very cramped (I was in the middle of 2 big year 12 guys) ...
... It stands within Doha’s main commercial district, and yet on its own private beach. It is only a 7-minute walk to the City Mall and within walking distance to the main office quarters. Its unique location makes it the 'go to’ business hotel.
CHECK-IN: Fast and efficient -we were remembered from our last visit, greeted by our names and this certainly added a personal touch.
SERVICE: Impeccable! High quality personalized service ...
Meet Xavier the Zombie!
He's a homemade felted doll who will be my companion while I'm away. The aim is for Xavier the Zombie to represent my trip; every time I go to a new destination I will add a badge to him from that location and take photos of him in popular tourist locations... this is going to be one well traveled doll!
I wrote this post at the international airport in Doha waiting for my connecting flight but wasn't able to post it until now
It was our first Christmas together after getting married. For a change, I decided to come over to Doha instead of him visiting me in Norway. Doha struck me as a city of contrasts. Tradition and modernisation. Well, I am sure you will agree with me if you see a man in his long traditional white robe and keffiyeh (headscarf) ice skate. It was also a very young city judging from ...