Doha (DOH) Qatar Airways Premium Terminal

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Location, Hours and Access

  • Location: before the main terminal building
  • Opening Hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Phone:
  • Access:
    • First and Business Class Passengers of Qatar Airways
    • Children and nannies traveling economy with First and business class passengers can check-in at the Terminal and use selected areas.


General Impression

Built at a cost of 90 milion US$ the Premium Terminal features facilities ranging from exclusive check-in, duty free shopping, conference rooms, nursery and play area to spa treatment rooms, sauna, jacuzzi and fine dining restaurants on 10.000 square-meters. Water features are evident troughout the Premium Terminal offering tranquil serene surroundings. Opened on Nov 26th 2006, the innovative facilities are designed to provide the best level of comfort and hospitality. At the entrance you will be met by a concierge. There are dedicates First and Business-Class check-in desks, for passengers with hand baggage there are Self-service check-in kiosks. More that 150 specially-trained staff from the hospitality industry around the world have benn recruited to work at the Premium Terminal.


Food and Beverages

Fine Dining with wide choice of hot and cold arabic and international cuisine.


Showers and Spa

UK-based spa specialists Elemis is providing all the treatments which includes manicures, facials and massages. Spa, jacuzzi, sauna and massage treatment rooms for passengers to relax and unwind before their flight. Shower and wash-rooms.


Entertainment and Business-facilities

Conference and meeting rooms. Business Centre with secretarial services. Free internet access stations.


Special facilities and services

Medical centre with doctor and nurse on duty 24 hours. Prayer rooms for men and women. Childrens play area and nursery. Simulator games and Sony PlayStation games. Duty-free shopping area (500sqm).


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Visitor Comments

Note that the spa facilities and bedrooms are in the First Class lounge only (the descriptions do not specify that). They are also very strict in ensuring Business Class passengers cannot use any of the First Class facilities.

The drinks service in the Business Class lounge is not self service. And the staff seem lothe to bring you a drink! When the lounge is busy (normally late evening) it gets very crowded. Arealhighlander 01:13, 20 Nov 2007 (CET)


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