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Oryx Rotana celebrates 5 years transforming the hospitality sector

"Oryx Rotana achieved high occupancy and growth rates year after year"

Oryx Rotana, the five star luxury business hotel in Doha, celebrated its fifth anniversary at an stylish event attended by the hotel’s general manager, senior executives and staff, where they cut the celebration cake.

“Today we are celebrating five years of Oryx Rotana’s operations in Doha, where we have transformed the landscape of the hospitality sector with the superb quality of our services, taking our guests’ experience, whether tourists, travellers or Doha residents, to a whole new level of comfort and luxury. As expected, we achieved high occupancy and growth rates year after year,” said Lana Jwainat, Director of Marketing and Communications at Oryx Rotana.

“Since our launch, our goals have been to provide the highest standards the hospitality sector has to offer, and thanks to the hard work of an exceptional team, we have made a remarkable difference in the service quality to all hotel guests and visitors,” added Jwainat.

Oryx Rotana has received several prestigious local and international awards this year, reflecting the hotel’s excellence in service quality and its preeminent position. These include Best Business Hotel in Doha at the Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2015, TripAdvisor Excellence Award, the Hall of Fame and Certificate of Excellence Award to both The Cellar and Al Nafourah Gate, in addition to the Favourite International Restaurant in Doha and Favourite Spanish Restaurant in Doha for Choices and The Cellar respectively at the FACT Dining Awards Doha 2015.

“Service quality is what sets us apart, and today is a great opportunity for us celebrate what we have achieved in the hospitality sector. Our goal is to become the destination of choice for everyone seeking excellence in hotel service and accommodation, especially during the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar and all the international events that Doha, the capital of conferences, hosts,” concluded Jawinat.