We have all the information you need to plan a great Qatar Masters trip and Doha visit right here. Come for the golf, and while you’re here, check out some of the best places to stay, food to eat, attractions to see and things to do around this incredible, growing city.
The preferred hotel of the 2017 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters
Located in the St. Regis, Opal features exceptional dining brought to you by one of the world’s most famous chefs in a bistro-style environment.
An award-winning Lebanese restaurant in Souk Najd.
Ideal breakfast and lunch options at Beach Tower in West Bay. Highlighted by fresh-baked breads and other items.
Specializes in traditional, authentic food from the Gulf region. Located in Souq Waqif.
Katara Cultural Village is the largest and most multidimensional cultural project of Qatar. With beautiful theatres, concert halls, exhibition galleries and cutting-edge facilities, Katara is becoming a world leader for multi-cultural activities.
An eye-catching, modern park by the Corniche with lots for families to see and do.
A great place to see the oryx, the national animal of Qatar, in its natural habitat. The farm is in Shahaniya, approximately 15 km from Doha. Contact a registered tour company to arrange a trip.
A large, impressive collection of Islamic art dating back over a thousand years. The I.M. Pei-designed museum is located on the Doha waterfront.
Also known as the Torch Tower, this fantastic structure is at the centre of the Doha Sports City Complex. There’s a nice view of Aspire Tower by nearby Aspire Park, which is a great place for adults to exercise and for children to play.
This traditional Middle Eastern souq is a charming labyrinth of narrow streets, where visitors can bargain and purchase an amazingly diverse range of products.
For information on Qatar and things to do while you’re here, be sure to visit the Qatar Tourism Authority website.