2022 FWC Qatar – Khaya Accommodation

5 star accommodation available in Qatar
5* Suite available in West Bay

The 2022 FWC is expected to be the first global event with sell-out crowds post-Covid 19. As fans around the world are getting excited, FIFA keeps mum on ticket sales. It is rumoured that ticket sales will not start before January 22, less than a year from the kick-off of the World Cup.

Accommodation is one of the hottest topics for anyone planning to travel to Qatar.

Securing accommodation in Qatar will be tricky as it is predicted there will be only approximately 35,000 hotels rooms, most of which will be contracted for FIFA constituent groups (participating teams, member federations, etc.).

Khaya are experts in turning real estate into hotel-style accommodation and our expertise will be taken to lofty new heights.

Budget accommodation in Qatar
Budget-Friendly Option

Khaya has partnered with a select group of major Qatari real estate companies and can offer a range of options, from apartments to villas and even residential towers housing up to 200 apartments.

Recommended areas include West Bay, The Pearl and Lusail. In these districts, guests will be able to find a variety of entertainment and restaurant options. The apartments and villas will certainly exceed the expectations of the discerning traveller.
The Pearl Accommodation Hotspot in Qatar
Experience the Pearl in all its glory

For the more budget-orientated visitors, the old centre of Doha could be the perfect place. Here new buildings offer spacious accommodation in a bustling environment with lots of affordable food outlets in the area.

Doha’s brand-new metro system will play a vital role in getting spectators comfortably to the stadia.

Qatar might be a small country, but it will surely put on an amazing performance and make it a World Cup to remember.

Please register your interest in Khaya’s accommodation options by sending an email to sales@khaya.global

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