TIME Rako, a four-star, property located in the Al Wakra district of Doha will be first of its kind in Qatar.
Rako –in Japanese stands for relaxation or enjoyment– featuring 102 specially designed rooms and well-crafted suites, keeping the mid-range market into consideration. The hotel is a perfect escape from the hustle of city to a much serene and environmental friendly beauty.
Mohamed Awadalla, CEO, TIME Hotels, said: “With TIME Rako Hotel we have created a hospitality experience that will rival Qatar’s flagship properties, but with a fresh, friendly and contemporary approach to hospitality. The hotel is fully equipped with everything the modern traveller requires and whether guests are staying with us for business or leisure – our value-based market proposition will be highly attractive.”
TIME Group is set to extend its to Ajman and Fujairah in the UAE, followed by Saudi Arabia, by the end of 4th quarter of 2018. Positioned to meet the requirements of business, leisure, MICE and family travellers, Hotel Time Rako is located only 15 minutes from Doha International Airport and 20 minutes from the centre part of the city. It offers soecial equipped configurations for guests with special needs rooms and suites.
Keeping luxury and the main highlight of relaxation the hotel offers its guests 24-hours fitness and leisure centre, variety of spa treatment and an all day dining restaurant with a capacity of 90 covers to choose from deli, buffet and à la carte, special section of seafood restaurant with outdoor terrace and open-style kitchen, a signature wood burning oven in display, with capacity for 84 covers with both indoor and outdoor seating options. Add on is the rooftop lounge bar with massive space og terrace seating for more than 106 guests.
The hotel will also offer three multipurpose rooms suitable for a range of event types with banqueting facility can cater for up to 500 guests to tap the high end clients.
Awadalla said: “Qatar is a thriving country with a fast-paced hospitality industry, which presents new opportunities for TIME Hotels to grow its presence. Expansion is the main driver of our business development plan for 2017 and there will be new openings taking place throughout the year in Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Fujairah and Ajman.
“Our current pipeline of hotels and residences meets the demands of multiple markets by offering a high-quality hotel or serviced apartment for a market segment that is currently under-represented in the regional market,” he concluded.