Rooftop Bars Doha
6 best rooftop bars in Doha
Doha, the capital of Qatar, is a new, modern and luxurious city located by the Persian Gulf. Hotels and restaurants here oozes with quality, and the same goes for the Doha rooftop bars. Luxurious roof terraces with both ocean and skyline views. But which is the best rooftop bar Doha?
In this complete guide you'll find all the top venues, filled with all info you need about each place: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. Just scroll down and find the Doha rooftop bar best suited for you.
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Rooftop bar Doha
Prime season: Sept - May
Residents: 1,5 million
Climate: Hot desert climate
Regarding roof terraces in Doha, there are some really good and luxurious ones. Just like in many other large cities, the sky lounges are located at hotels with phenomenal views of the city skyline and surroundings.
The places to drink with a view at here, often works as luxurious lounges or party venues. Many people come up here to relax from the stress down the streets or just partying when the opportunity arises.
The best rooftop bars in Doha has stunning views of the skyline. Absolutely magical once when you come up on the terraces.
From the bars located on the roof terraces you can order delicious cocktails and in some places even quality food. Is luxury and relaxation important things when visiting big cities, Doha is an ideal city to visit if you like to eat or drink with a grand city view.
Doha is the capital and also the largest city in Qatar with a population of about 1.5 million in the metropolitan area. The city is located on the Persian Gulf in the east of Qatar. Doha is by far the fastest growing city in the country with about 50% of the country's entire population. The city is also Qatar's financial center. Here the climate is 'hot desert climate "which means that they have hot and dry all year round. Most people here are Muslims and a small portion Catholic Christians.