Qatar offers free hotel stays in Doha

Offer open to transit passengers booking via airline site
Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority have jointly launched a stopover package in Doha that offers transit passengers free luxury hotel stays and complimentary transit visas.
The package, available throughout the summer, gives passengers a free one-night stay at a four- or five-star hotel in Doha, with a second night costing just US$50. Hotel choices include The Four Seasons, Marriott Marquis, Radisson Blu and Oryx Rotana.
To be eligible for the offer, however, passengers have to book their flights at qatarairways.com, select ‘multi-city’ and choose their hotel once they get their flight confirmation.
The online transit visa application is free and is eligible for those in transit between five and 96 hours. Part of a broader campaign called +Qatar, the offer is available to all passengers across all classes of travel.
In addition, visitors can explore additional stopover packages offered by Discover Qatar, Qatar Airways’ DMC.
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