The Most Luxurious Airport is Qatar’s Hamad!
Have you seen the most luxurious airport? It is time to check it out!
Having a lot of money at their disposal, the Arab Gulf nations like Qatar of U.A.E. have taken the massive architectural projects to a next level.
We all know that Qatar is the richest country in the world per capita and has the highest human development in the Arab World. This luxurious airport comes with no surprise for anyone.
However, the oil-rich nation redefines the expectations and creates this airport.
They have come up with the most luxurious facility of its kind in the world. But this more than just an airport; the Hamad International looks like it’s part of a town where only the wealthy go for shopping, eating, and accommodation.
They are offering the top notch world-class airport experience for everyone.
Isn’t just for them though. As a traveler, while you wait for your plane you can shop in any of the Armani, Burberry, Chanel, Hermes, Bvlgari, Tiffany & Co. boutiques.
Or if you want just a quick coffee you can get one from one the gold-plated coffee kiosks. This airport has everything for anyone, all you need is money!
There are also premium accommodations available if you need to stay for longer time periods. Those accommodations include a number of rooms or suites and even a number of 1,400 Presidential Suites.
If you are bored and you want something exciting, here is where you need to go. There is a 30,000 square-foot, multi-level Al Mourjan Business Class Lounge.
The place has shower rooms, quiet rooms with beds, meeting rooms, two restaurants, and a game room. The children’s play room comes with a full-size replica of a Formula One racing car.
And ultimately if you are hungry more than 30 fine restaurants are at your disposal. We recommend Le Grand Comptoir wine and food bar.
And if you are convinced yet that this is the most luxurious airport, here it is. The terminal is adorned with magnificent work of art, like the large-scale murals by Qatari artist Faraj Duham, the desert horse sculpture by Ali Hassan, or the Lamp Bear by Swiss artist Urs Fischer.
The terminal of the airport is Qatar’s biggest building and the maintenance hangar is the world’s largest and can take up to 13 aircrafts at once.
Soak in the lap of luxury with a spa-inspired indoor pool that overlooks the departing and arriving planes.
Moreover, the airport can welcome 30 million passengers a year which will soon rise to 50 million.
Qatar’s Hamad International Airport is the first airport ever designed specifically for the A380 plane.
|pictures from: businessinsider.com|
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