16 floating hotels to house 2022 FIFA World Cup fans Jan 20, 2020 0 1359 12345 Qetaifan Projects, a company owned by Katara Hospitality, has signed a memorandum of understanding with ADMARES Construction and Trading to construct and operate 16 floating hotels on the shores of Qetaifan Island North to provide accommodation for the fans within the fan villages during the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The hotels have a unique design — 72-metre-long and 16-metre-wide, each consisting of 101 guest rooms, a restaurant, and a lounge bar. All the 16 four-story hotels will be identical, offering a total of 1,616 floating hotel rooms. Qetaifan Island North, located off Lusail City, features seven beaches, which makes it the city’s distinct waterfront destination. The island spans approximately 1.3 million square metres with 830,000 square metres of attractions. RELATED ARTICLES Qatar reaffirms full support to Libya Jan 20, 2020 0 372 Qatar signs deal to build world’s biggest single-phase solar plant Jan 20, 2020 0 1061 Amir to meet Italian president tomorrow Jan 20, 2020 0 573 Qatar delivers medical aid to Sudan A Qatar Amiri Air Force aircraft arrived in Khartoum on Sunday to deliver the first shipment of medical aid donated by Qatar to Sudan. Under a humanitarian intervention conducted by Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS), the .. QNB ties up with KidZania QNB ties up with KidZania Qatar slams storming of Libya seaport Qatar has condemned the storming of the Al Zwaitina oil seaport in eastern Libya by forces affiliated to retired Major General Khalifa Haftar and stopping the export of oil. It stressed that the country’s wealth belongs .. ‘Qatar makes giant strides in combating money laundering’ The International Chamber of Commerce Qatar (ICC Qatar) has underlined that Qatar has achieved great successes in combating money laundering. In a press statement issued on Sunday, ICC Qatar stated that 2020 will be an ..