Below are the 10 user recommended hotels in the area of Qatar that is closest to Souq Waqif. The average price near Souq Waqif is ₹ 3,343/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Souq Waqif are typically 75% less expensive than the average hotel in Qatar, which is ₹ 13,717.
|Low season||January||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||September||most expensive time to stay|
|53%||expected price decrease|
|39%||expected price increase|
₹ 4,598 - ₹ 16,099
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Thursday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|₹ 6,073||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|₹ 19,242||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara|
Hotels Near Airport
Famous for its luxury tourism industry, you can expect to find everything in Qatar, from a thriving art scene to some of the most eclectic shopping malls, historical landmarks, colourful festivals, and natural landscapes that go on for days. Luckily, you can find top-rated accommodations, such as the W Doha and Ezadan Palace, or book cheap hotels in Qatar like the Marriott Marquis if you’re a budget-conscious reveler. The coastal city of Doha, known for its paid safari rides across its arid regions and exotic Persian beaches, is a good place to stay. Even with well-maintained roads and the availability of Mowasalat public buses that link Doha to various municipalities, it can be challenging to navigate the complexities of a vast city like Doha. We recommend hiring a car from the airport to get around Qatar or use the Red, Green, Gold, and Blue Doha Metro as some lines make notable stops along the way like the Qatar National Museum and Souq Waqif.
A must-see is a paid visit to the Museum of Islamic Art, as it’s home to the largest 7th and 19th-century art collection. For a bit of the old-world charms of Qatar, visit the iconic Souq Waqif market followed by a free trip to the national mosque of Qatar, Imam Muhammad Ibn Abd Al Wahhab Mosque, then an afternoon at the renowned Katara beach. Al Khor is a city located northeast of Doha that’s ideal for visitors looking for opportunities to enjoy scenic landscapes and birdwatching in the Al Thakira mangroves. When you want to escape the hubbub of city life, you will appreciate peaceful walks along Al Khor’s shorelines and harbors lined with angling vessels, mosques, watchtowers, and more. If you’re planning to visit these sites, consider staying in Qatar hotels like The St. Regis or Jw Marriott Marqui and rent a vehicle to make day trips to the abovementioned top area attractions.
Whether you’re backpacking across Qatar or on business, there’s something for everyone in the city’s nightlife. Depending on your accommodation budget, you can book high-end hotels in Qatar, such as the Banyan Tree, or something more budget-friendly like Saphire Plaza, Concorde, or the Millennium Plaza Doha. Once you’re settled in, you can take to the streets and enjoy your night at the Doha Corniche waterfront, a palm-fringed promenade that extends miles along Doha Bay. Doha offers an array of international cuisines with North African, Indian, and Mediterranean influences to make mouth-watering dishes. No trip to Qatar is over until you’ve visited the iconic L’Wzaar Seafood Market in Katara Cultural Village to sample more than 50 varieties of seafood, including Qatari delicacies like Saloon stew, Carmel meat, and the national dish, Machboos.
If you’re visiting Qatar during the recommended months of October and April, you can enjoy historical tours of Qatar during a free visit to the Heritage Houses at Msheireb Museums in downtown Doha. If you are planning a trip to the west coast of Qatar, we recommend staying at the Mondrian Doha or Hyatt Regency Oryx so that it’s convenient to “travel back” to the 18th-century ancient days with paid tours of the Zekreet Historical Fort. A must-see is the “Film City,” or the Mystery Village of Qatar, built as a recreational site for the famous Bedouin villagers from the Gulf. Going on this paid trip will make you appreciate the picturesque landscape overlooking a vast photogenic desert scenery. A paid tour of the UNESCO-recognised Madinat Ash-Shamal is something everyone should experience. While it operates as an administrative area for many fishing towns, what makes this city popular is the abundance of archeological sites, museums, historic villages, and natural areas to explore.
The least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Qatar is January. On average, it only costs ₹ 4,598 per night in the month of January. Conversely, the most expensive month to visit Qatar is September.
As many would assume, more people stay in Doha than in any other city while visiting Qatar.
Our users typically find that Doha has the lowest per night rates in the country at just ₹ 3,505. Doha offers hotels rooms at an average rate that is 9% lower than the average city in Qatar.
As of December 2023, there are 456 operators available to choose from for hotels in Qatar.
Prices for hotels in Qatar are refreshed on a daily basis.
La Villa Suites Hotel
Ibn Firnas St., Al Najma Area, Opp. to Gate No. 1, Al Hiraj Market, Doha, Qatar
Grand Regency Doha, Trademark Collection by Wyndham
Al-Sadd Area Sports Roundabout Po Box 22606, Doha, Qatar
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