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Doha, capital and largest city of Qatar, is one of the major hubs in the Persian Gulf, attracting tourists interested in its fascinating blend of Islamic traditions, culture, and modernity. From visually stunning landscapes to ancient landmarks, or lush parks, the city offers a myriad of things to see and do. As you browse looking for Doha hotels, take advantage of the numerous features offered on the site, to find exactly what you need depending on where you want to stay in the Qatari capital, the amount you are allocating to accommodation, and other factors. Have a look at our comprehensive hotel descriptions and make sure you read the reviews written by guests who stayed at the properties you are interested in. Those tools and other services we offer will help you find the place that matches all your requirements.

What's Doha Like?

Doha is interesting from a cultural point of view, as numerous sites showcase its historical and artistic heritage. Starting with the Museum of Islamic Art, one of the most iconic landmarks in Doha, the discovery of this fascinating past should also include Al Koot Fort, dating back to the late 19th century, as well as the Clock Tower, close to the Grand Mosque. A walk along the Corniche is also a must, allowing visitors to admire views of the impressive skyline, the traditional dhows slowly sliding past, as well as Palm Tree Island. Shopping lovers will be delighted by Souq Wafiq and its maze of alleys, while they will be able to relax after long days of sightseeing in one of Doha's hundreds of parks, including Al Rumailah Park, the capital's most popular. Doha hotels also welcome visitors for lovely nights of peaceful, comfortable rest.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Doha

One of the most important things to keep in mind when visiting Doha is that Qatar is an Islamic country. This means you should always dress appropriately and respect local customs and traditional rules. With that said, one of the best ways to interact with the locals is probably to join them one afternoon as they smoke Shisha in their favorite café. Also, one of the most pleasant and fun ways to do your shopping in the souks is to indulge in friendly bartering, which is all part and parcel of the experience. Finally, while English is generally spoken and understood widely, locals are always pleased when visitors attempt to speak Arabic, so make sure you learn basic greetings. Before you embark on your journey to the Middle East, browse the large selection of Doha hotels presented on