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Qatar Sealine Beach resort opens after renovation

The renovation included 77 refurbished guest units, with fully redesigned interiors such as bathrooms installations, vanity and kitchen amenities, and private balcony

Newly renovated lobby of the Sealine Beach resort in Qatar.
Newly renovated lobby of the Sealine Beach resort in Qatar.

Qatar-based Sealine Beach resort recently revealed its fully-renovated facilities and extension after more than a year of refurbishment works.

The renovation included 77 refurbished guest units, with fully redesigned interiors such as bathrooms installations, vanity and kitchen amenities, and private balcony.

The resort has also added a luxury extension that includes 18 additional villas, each featuring three or four bedrooms with private swimming pools and a 24-hour in-room dining service.

Nawaf Ali Al Obaidly, General Manager at Sealine Beach Resort, said: “While the entire lobby area now features natural-style furnishing and fixtures, in perfect harmony with a new interior design that celebrates the resort’s roots by blending rustic qualities of wood and marble accents with lighter finishes and Qatari-themed details, the resort’s first-class facilities offer leisure enthusiasts a chance to engage in a plethora of recreational activities that include several exclusive beach-sport adventures for the first time.”

The three-phase renovation began in August 2015, adding additional facilities and an extension to the 349,309sqm hotel.

Owned by Qatari operator Katara Hospitality and managed by Murwab Hotel Group, Sealine Beach Resort is located in the southern part of Qatar.

 

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