Location of Fraser Suites
Things to do in Doha West Bay
Katara Cultural village
Sky View Bar
Noir Lounge & Club
Barzan Towers, also known as the Umm Salal Mohammed Fort Towers, are watchtowers that were built in the late 19th century and renovated in 1910 by Sheikh Mohammed bin Jassim Al Thani
The Irish Harp
C-Lounge features signature drinks, creative cocktails and wines, as well as special Mediterranean bites and Shisha with a variety of flavours enjoyed with vibrant music and stunning views of the Doha bay.
Watch your favourite sports on 47 LCD TV’s and 2 giant screens at the only authentic sports bar in Doha.
The hottest DJ music sets, signature cocktails, a champagne bar and a chic design make this a must for jetsetters everywhere.
Experience unique ambiance, vibrant design and suave sense of style serving mouth-watering cocktails and delicious tapas-style nibbles with live DJ on the decks.
Hive is an after work escape ideal for meeting up and chatting with friends and colleagues over a relaxed drink over good hearty food in a friendly environment.
MIX Bar & Lounge
MIX's playful approach belies an uncompromising commitment to quality. Watch their mixologists work their magic while you find a corner and fill it with friends – this is where Doha comes to play.
The Club at St. Regis Doha
Let the live music take over! Round up your loved ones and friends and head to the fourth floor of The St. Regis Doha to enjoy an unforgettable experience.
Oyster Bay & Bar
Overlooking an exclusive golden beach and with a splendid eye-catching swimming pool, Oyster Bay is an oasis of fun where old friends meet and new friends are made over cooling drinks and light bites at The Oyster Bay Bar.
It is a perfect venue for an authentic dim sum lunch, after-work drinks, a sumptuous dinner or classy private parties and entertainment.
Z Lounge by Zengo
The vibrant décor fuses modern and inventive tastes, the perfect setting to savor the innovative cuisine.
Strut your stuff. Show up and show off at the boldly redesigned Wahm lounge. Love it. Share it. A fresh selection of comfort foods hit the spot while refreshing sips are poured to perfection.
Q Lounge & Restaurant
Al Nahham Restaurant
Market by Jean - Georges
La spiga by paper moon
The Gate Mall
Mall Of Qatar
Khalifa International Stadium
Al Rayyan Football Stadium
Qatar Sports Club
Al Gharrafa Stadium
Hamad International Airport
Al Koot fort
Doha Heritage Village
Al Zubara Fort
Virginia Commenwealth University
khalifa international tennis and squash complex
A must-visit maze-like shopping corridor where one can find spices, textiles and falcons, or simply sit around to smoke a shisha.
The scenic seaside promenade that curves around Doha Bay and affords pretty views of Palm Tree Island and the city's skyscrapers is an excellent site for strolling, rollerblading or simply lazing around.
Located near the Sports City complex, the Doha Zoo features a great variety of animals, including the Oryx, Qatar's national animal.
The landscaped park on Doha Corniche that comes with an outdoor theatre, art gallery and water features, is a great place to take the kids out.
Offering 3,500 sqm of animal-themed children's attractions, the city’s most popular indoor theme park promises hours of fun and excitement for all at home.
The private nature conservative farm is a great destination for a family day, whether it is to relax under the trees or to enjoy an Arabic barbecue meal.
For refined Mediterranean cuisine with a touch of influence from the Middle East.
For food and night entertainment served in terraces and accompanied by awesome views to the Corniche of Doha.
Serves an extensive range of authentic Lebanese and International Cuisine including one hundred types of Lebanese appetizers and a succulent selection of fresh barbeque and exquisite seafood.
Jones the Grocer
An Australian-origin food emporium aimed at inspiring a love of great food and providing customers with a full gourmet experience.
Despite the bewildering array of cuisines on the menu, Neo is essentially a chic Japanese restaurant with a wonderful selection of sushi, and is well-known for its teriyaki.
A great place to dine within the Villaggio mall.
The largest shopping centre in Qatar offers a diverse integrated shopping-cum-entertainment experience that ranges from jewellery, perfumery, multiplex cinema, a bowling alley, a children's arcade, as well as an indoor ice-skating rink.
Designed with a Venetian feel, the mall features stores and eateries that are mainly Western in style.
Located near Sports City, the plaza houses a large children's playland called "Jungle Zone."
Landmark Shopping Mall
Focuses mostly on clothing, jewellery, cosmetics and grocery shopping.
The Qatar's first shopping mall impresses with its extensive range of offerings that will delight every shopper.
An elegant boutique mall with lifestyle stores, internationally renowned restaurants, fashion and brands.
Museum of Islamic Arts
An iconic feature of the Doha skyline inspired by elements of classic Islamic architecture, the Museum of Islamic Art represents the full scope of Islamic art from three continents spanning 1,400 years.
National Museum of Qatar
The newly opened natural museum located at the end of Al Muthaf Street is testament to the city’s rich history and contemporary influences.
Msheireb Enrichment Centre
A floating barge docked at the Doha Corniche, the centre serves as an educational portal to showcase Qatar's glorious past and soaring ambitions for the future.
Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art
The museum houses a collection of Modern Art from the Arabic world based on a collection amassed by Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani.
Al Khor Museum
Housed in a building overlooking the seafront of Al Khor city, the museum presents the way of life of the inhabitants of the past in addition to archaeological discoveries.
Oryx Farm and the Equestrian Club
Houses Qatar’s national animal in such large numbers that cannot be found elsewhere.
Doha Golf Club
Golfers will enjoy the 18-hole, par 72 championship course which has hosted a number of major international golfing championships.
For those looking for a different kind of adventure, the desert offers the opportunity to get out in the dunes to sand-ski or sand-board.
The Arabian Drag Racing League in Qatar features competitions in 11 diverse classes including Pro Extreme Motorcycle, Extreme 10.5, Pro Nitrous, and Pro Extreme.
Fraser Suites West Bay Doha
Fraser Suites West Bay - Doha is strategically located in a prestigious precinct of embassies, international schools and the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, besides popular Doha tourist attractions. Well served by facilities and amenities within the vicinity, heading to the malls in Doha or moving around for business is convenient and fuss-free.
Fraser Suites West Bay Doha
Frser Suites West Bay - Doha
Al Intisar Street, P.O. Box 5863, Doha, Qatar
Tel: +974 4495 5000 Fax: +974 4495 5001
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
- Carrefour Supermarket @City centre Mall (5 minutes by car)
- City Centre Mall (5 minutes by car)
- Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (8 minutes by car)
- The Gate Mall (2 minutes by car)
- Monoprix supermarket (6 minutes by car)
- Lycee Francais School (2 minutes by car)
- Embassy of Sultan of Oman (3 minutes by car)
- West Bay Petrol Station (2 minutes by car)
- Lebanese School (3 minutes by car)
- Iraqi Embassy (10 minutes by car)
- Qatar International School (4 minutes by car)
- Philippines Embassy (15 minutes by car)
- Tunisian Embassy (4 minutes by car)
- Indian Embassy (4 minutes by car)
Getting to Fraser Suites West Bay, Doha
From Hamad International Airport - Estimated duration 20 minutes, by car. Estimated charge QAR 100 for two pax or QAR 150 for four pax, including luggage.
Doha (Arabic: الدوحة, ad-Dawḥa or ad-Dōḥa, literally: "the big tree") is the capital city of the state of Qatar. It is Qatar's largest city, with over 60% of the nation's population residing in Doha or its surrounding suburbs, and is also the economic centre of the country.
One of the municipalities of Qatar, Doha also serves as the seat of government of Qatar. Doha is home to the Education City, an area devoted to research and education. Doha was the site of the first ministerial-level meeting of the Doha Development Round of World Trade Organization negotiations. The city of Doha held the 2006 Asian Games, the largest of the series held at that time. The city played host to the 2011 Pan Arab Games and most of the games at the 2011 AFC Asian Cup and the UNFCCC Climate Negotiations December 2012, and will host a large number of the venues for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Essential Facts about the City
11,437 sq km
GMT + 3 hours
The riyal (QR) is the official currency of Qatar, which is divided into 100 dirhams. The Exchange parity has been set at the fixed rate of US $ = 3.65QR's.
The Qatari Inhabitants are of Arabic origin and the culture is very much based on Islamic tradition.
- Arabic is the official language, particularly the Gulf dialect.
- As Qatar was a British protectorate, English is the most common second language, and most locals would be able to speak basic English.
- Arid; mild, pleasant winters; very hot, humid summers.
- Summer starts from June till middle of September.
- Winter is warm with little rainfall. It starts from December till the end of February.
- The weather is generally pleasant during March, April, May, October & November.
- Lightweight cottons and linens are recommended during summer months but avoid wearing silk, which sticks to the skin due to the humidity.
- A cardigan is useful for overly cooled malls in the summer and a jacket is a must in the evenings during the winter.
Al-Jazeera TV news channel is the most popular media in Qatar.
- Qatar grants tourist visas at border points for nationals of more than 33 countries including USA, Canada, Iceland, West European countries, a number of East European countries, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Brunei, Australia and New Zealand, besides the nationals of the GCC countries.
- Visit visas for the residents of the GCC countries and their companions are issued at border points, while entry visas for businessmen coming from places other than the countries mentioned above need to be arranged beforehand.
- Visitors on tourist visas are required to use Qatar Airways to enter the country. The passport section at Doha international airport can issue renewable 14-day tourist visas in 24 hours for all visitors to Qatar with the exception of travel document holders. Such visitors should have their next-of-kin living in Qatar, and are not required to have residence permits in one of the GCC countries in order to get a tourist visa. This arrangement goes in line with the policy of openness currently prevailing in various fields in the State of Qatar.
No alcohol, narcotics, pork-related products or pornography may be brought through customs.
Islam is the official religion; other religions are also respected. Ramadan is the holy month of fasting when Muslims abstain from eating, drinking & smoking during daylight hours. As a sign of respect, visitors are also required to refrain from these activities in public between sunrise & sunset.
The day of worship. Also a public holiday.
For government, schools and businesses, Friday and Saturday.
Voltage: 220V/50Hz UK plug.
The importation and consumption of alcohol is strictly regulated in Qatar.
All major credit cards are accepted, as are travellers cheques in main hotels, stores and larger shops, but in traditional souks, cash is mostly used and bargaining power is increased with the ready availability of currency. ATM machines are available.
Sundays to Thursdays, 07:00 to 14:00 hours.
Sundays to Thursdays, 07:00 to 13:00 hours
Bank branches in selected shopping malls from 10:00 to 21:00 hours
Commercial offices, may vary but mostly:
Saturdays to Wednesdays: 08:00 to 13:00 hours and from 15:30 to 18:30 hours.
During Ramadan, the month of fasting, restricted business hours are observed.
Muslim religious laws should be observed. Women are expected to dress modestly and men should dress formally for most occasions. Non-Muslims are allowed to drink alcohol in the city’s bars, restaurants, clubs and hotels. Smoking is allowed at designated places. During Ramadan when it is illegal to eat, drink or smoke in public.
Normal tourist photography is acceptable but it is considered offensive to photograph Muslim women. It is also courteous to ask for permission before photographing men. In general, photographs of government buildings or military installations should not be taken.
Mobile telephony is common with excellent network quality. The system used is GSM. MMS, WEP, GSRM and 3G services are also available.
Telephone dialing code: + 974/ Internet country code: .qa.
Driving in Qatar is on the right-hand side. The best way to get around in Doha is to traverse the extensive network of roads and highways by car.