Hotels

W Doha Showcases WOW Ideas for the Big Day at IWED

W Doha Hotel & Residences is set to showcase mind-blowing ideas for every bride's big day at the fourth International Wedding Exhibition & Fashion Show Doha on March 3 to 6 at the Qatar International Exhibition Centre. It has been announced earlier that W Doha will be the host sponsor of the eagerly awaited annual event. Additionally, W Doha will display a marvelous wedding gown of the latest collection from Walid Atallah, internationally renowned and award-winning Lebanese designer, for the duration of the exhibition.

W Doha's "WOW Vows" Specialists will be present at the IWED to show visitors that anything is possible at the town's hospitality blockbuster where they will recommend tailor-made wedding ideas to suit all whims.

Safak Guvenc, W Doha General Manager said: "W Doha is inspiring, iconic, innovative and influential. It is a world of sensory experiences – a true world of WOW. Immediately as a guest makes his or her entrance into our Living Room, the unparalleled experience begins as lighting, signature scents, art and music transform the moment. The experience continues throughout as our guests are engaged with our world-class banquets, outlets, rooms, suites, W Happenings and more. Whatever you want, whenever you want it, W is sure to have something to fulfill your dreams. So why not allow us to plan your most memorable occasion with our WOW Vows Specialists that are here to take you into a wedding wonderland."

W Doha Great Ballroom, with its dome-shaped ceiling and LED lights, is a dream factor for any wedding. Creative in approach and innovative in design, W Doha’s Great Ballroom is a breath of fresh air for all guests with an intricately designed gleaming ceiling, settings basked in fairyland colours and a spacious venue for receptions, dinners and more. Additionally, W Doha can take its dazzling and award-winning food and beverage elements for weddings anywhere with its professional Outside Catering Service with a capacity to serve over 1,000 invitees. W Doha is also set to offer honeymooners a night to remember at its Extreme WOW Suite.  Equipped with spa treatments, fabulous soirées, state-of-the-art technology, and fantastic in-room entertainment amid a sophisticated décor the W Doha Extreme WOW Suite is with no doubt the perfect escape for honeymooners.

W Doha's events, catering and service Talent will infuse every wedding with an outstanding combination of style, glamour and sophistication. From W’s Extreme WOW Suite to W’s unique Whatever/Whenever and Wooster (Butler) service, to W’s life-sparkling outlets, W Doha is the ultimate destination for unforgettable weddings.

More Hotels
Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi to celebrate Mexican National Day with Mexican food fiesta
Looking for an adventure - go to Iraq for Eid
* Hotel Metropole Geneva
Latest Travel News
flydubai will fly to Tashkent from 11 Ma...
ATM Dubai to launch Holiday Shopper on 2...
Agoda partners with Saudi Ministry of ...
Featured Sights To See
Torre de Belem (Belem Tower)

Torre de Belem (Belem Tower)

Lisbon, Portugal

If Padrao dos Descobrimentos is the monument to Portugal’s Age of Discovery then Torre de Belem symbolises the essence of it. Almost like a stand-alone chess piece, the tower was built to be a defence point along Lisbon’s harbour with Manueline designed filigree stonework and even a stone rhinoceros below the western tower. You can explore the small dungeons and climb the narrow, rickety staircase...

Madam Tussauds

Madam Tussauds

London, United Kingdom

The eponymous Madam Tussaud was a French woman, born in 1761 in Strasbourg.  She created her first wax sculpture in 1777; her model was Voltaire.  Soon after she began touring Europe with her husband, François Tussaud, and her ever-growing collection of wax sculptures.  War prevented her from returning from England in 1802, so she stayed there.  In 1835 she opened up a museum...

Père Lachaise Cemetery

Père Lachaise Cemetery

Paris, France

The largest cemetery in Paris is spread out over nearly 120 acres and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.  Known as the City of the Dead, the cemetery has thousands of elaborately decorated tombstones and mausoleums.  Numerous narrow paths wind through them.  More than 300,000 people are buried here, with the cremated remains of thousands more in the columbarium. The property...

Royal Gardens/ Amalienburg/Badenburg/Pagodenburg

Royal Gardens/ Amalienburg/Badenburg/Pagodenburg

Munich, Germany

The Palace Park covers an area of about 180 hectares. It was originally a Baroque garden which was transformed in the early 1800’s into a landscape garden. There are extensive grounds with lakes, streams and the famous pavillions, Amalienburg (a roccoco hunting lodge), Pagodenburg (which was used for the most exclusive parties thrown by the court), Badenburg (a small bathing palace) and Magda...