Private jet charter to Doha
Qatar is the richest country in the world per GDP capita and capital city Doha is its buzzing cultural and social centre, a thriving artistic hub that’s set to host the 2022 World Cup. Experience it all: request a private jet charter quote from Air Charter Service to Doha.
Most of Dohaâ€™s key sights line the waterfront overlooking the Gulf, including the Museum of Islamic Art, which is home to the worldâ€™s largest collection of Islamic art. The spectacular Corniche is a sweeping promenade extending 7km along Doha Bay, which offers magnificent views of the skyline. Itâ€™s a real focal point of the city where locals love to walk, jog and people-watch by the water.
The labyrinthine bazaar of Souq Waqif is Dohaâ€™s historic heart and the best place to get an authentic taste of the real Doha. Itâ€™s easy to lose hours perusing fragrant spices and handmade souvenirs in the narrow lanes of this impressive walled souk â€“ Qatarâ€™s oldest market â€“ before dining on traditional cuisine at charming eateries and continuing the party in lively shisha bars.
To the north is West Bay, Doha's futuristic city centre, where some of the countryâ€™s tallest skyscrapers and ritziest hotels dominate the landscape â€“ including the award-winning Burj Qatar, which features stunning light shows projected onto its side at night. The ultra-modern neighbourhood is also home to Sheraton Park, a peaceful pocket of greenery where you can retreat from the city bustle and watch the world go by.
Even further north is Katara Cultural Village, a sleek open-air arts complex that hosts exhibitions and events throughout the year. With its inspiring venues, Arabian-style architecture and huge Greco-Roman amphitheatre, itâ€™s a great place to uncover Dohaâ€™s rich heritage. Wander through winding alleyways lined with young artists honing their skills and browse open studios and galleries showcasing a range of works. Thereâ€™s also a 1.5km private beach where visitors can take gondola rides and try watersports.
Across the bay, The Pearl manmade island is dubbed the â€˜Arabian Rivieraâ€™ with its luxury marina and millionaireâ€™s yachts. Made up of the only land in the country that can be bought by foreigners for freehold, the island offers exclusive residences and luxury apartments with private beaches. Luxury shopping and fine dining cater to those with expensive tastes, with shops including Chloe, Balenciaga and Stella McCartney.
If you can bear to leave the buzzing capital, head to Al Zubara, Qatarâ€™s largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. This beautifully preserved merchant town was once a booming pearl fishing and trading port and today you can still view its imposing city wall, ancient palaces and houses, markets and mosques.
Itâ€™s no surprise to learn that this extravagant capital city is brimming with luxury accommodation. International hotels are the only places you can drink in Doha and also boast exceptional suites and world-class facilities such as private beaches, multiple swimming pools, opulent shisha terraces and exclusive restaurants. At Nobu in the Four Seasons, diners are assigned their own sake sommelier, while the St. Regis boasts 12 eateries including Hakkasan and three collaborations with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
Hamad Airport sits 13km southeast of Dohaâ€™s city centre. Simply contact our team and weâ€™ll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Doha.