Qatar Tourism reveals short-term goals for 2022

 Monday, November 8, 2021 


With the one-year countdown to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 coming closer, Qatar Tourism has disclosed its short-term goals for 2022, along with a longer-term tourism vision.

The ‘Qatar Tourism Strategy 2030’ is leveraging the peninsula’s diversity of existing experiences and capitalizing on a slew of new hotels, theme parks, shops and major leisure projects that have recently opened or are expected to open prior to the main event.

The strategy aims increasing international visitor arrivals three-fold to reach six million by 2030, thereby making Qatar the fastest growing destination in the Middle East for international visitors till 2030.

Qatar is adding 105 new hotels and serviced apartments to its already extensive range of properties, with the country preparing to host the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

The new properties, including Banyan Tree Doha; the Pullman Doha West Bay, the JW Marriott West Bay, and the Steigenberger Hotel, will broaden the appeal of the city for travelers whatever their budget, thereby doubling visitor experience!

Along with these, there is the first fully dismountable FIFA World Cup stadium. Built from shipping containers with removable seats, the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium will provide an innovative plan for major tournament in the future.

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