Five of The Best Neighborhoods in Qatar

Sakera Patel S

Introduction

What are the best areas to live in Qatar or the best neighborhoods in Qatar? While this answer can vary depending on what you’re looking for, there are certain neighborhoods that remain at the top of every list. These neighborhoods are known for their friendly communities, picturesque views, and, most importantly, their access to nearby amenities and opportunities in Doha and beyond. In this blog post, we’ll look at five of our favorite neighborhoods in Qatar.

  1. West Bay:

If you are new in Qatar and want to love close by the stadiums, then West bay is just the neighborhood for you. At west bay, you’ll find the city’s most luxurious shops, dazzling nightlife, and pristine beaches. West Bay is filled with huge houses as well as some of Doha’s best marinas, beaches and golf courses. It is also one of Qatar’s most prestigious commercial centers with several new hotels, restaurants and shops popping up every year. If you are looking for a place where you can enjoy many outdoor activities, then look no further than West Bay in Doha.

  1. Abu Hamour:

Stuck in between western and eastern parts of Doha, Abu Hamour is known as a high class residential area. This area has many affordable residential complexes and apartments. Also, it is close to malls, markets and schools.

  1. Al Waab:

Planning to stay with your family, Then Al Waab is just the place for you! This area majorly comprises of stand-alone villas and is close to a number of schools and nurseries, shops, parks and restaurants. Not only that, Villagio mall and the aspire park are just around the corner!

  1. The Pearl-Qatar:

Want finer things in life? The Pearl is calling out for you! It has the world’s longest waterfront luxury retail walkway with international brands and top boutiques. The accommodation in Pearl-Qatar is very expensive because of the district cooling facility in this area.

  1. Lusail: 

This profoundly planned city boasts residential, commercial, hospitality and retail amenities. In addition to schools, mosques, medical facilities and sport, entertainment and shopping centers, it also has a light rail network, a water taxi transportation system and a cycle and pedestrian network. 

Conclusion

While it may be possible to do real estate investing from another country, these neighborhoods are best for people that are either already living in Qatar or planning on doing so. No matter what your priorities are, these places offer everything from privacy and security to convenience and community.

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