“Vibrant nightlife and dining” has heightened the U.S.-based Dream Hotel Group’s profile with its newest venture in Qatar’s capital city of Doha — developed in conjunction with Al Alfia Holding — plus five other global venues.
The company announced $1.5 billion worth of new projects recently in New York City. This Doha development marks the company's first Middle East hotel endeavor.
"We are thrilled that the Dream brand of hospitality … has resonated so widely," Dream Hotel Group CEO Jay Stein said. "These six new developments double the footprint of our founding brand and give our loyal guests many more options to explore."
Dream Hotel Group is on track to open five new branches in various U.S. cities over the next three years. Among its planned sites, perhaps the Hollywood, California, site — called Dream Hollywood — stands out most, as it is hoped to serve as a foundation for Tinsel Town revitalization. Other U.S. locales include Nashville, Tennessee; Dallas, Texas; Palm Springs, Florida; New York City; and Long Island City, New York.
Dream Doha, planned for completion by late 2019, will feature 325 rooms and nine restaurant and club sites. It represents the first foray into the Middle East for Dream Hotels, which was founded in 2004 and “rooted in the insatiable human need to explore the other side of oneself,” according to the company.