Weather of Arabia - The second floating hotel (MSC Poesia) anchored in Doha Port on Monday morning to join the largest floating hotel (MSC World Europa), which arrived in Doha on Thursday (November 10), to provide a luxurious hospitality experience for fans of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. .
MSC Poesia is the second floating hotel to anchor in Doha after MSC World Europa. Both cruise ships will have a combined capacity of 4,000 rooms accommodating up to 9,400 fans. #Qatar #WorldCup2022 #Qatar2022 #MSCPoesia pic.twitter.com/O80U6mui4W
— The Peninsula Qatar (@PeninsulaQatar) November 14, 2022
The cruise ship MSC Poesia is a modern 4-star floating hotel that offers luxury services to World Cup enthusiasts with a variety of room options ranging from traditional cabins overlooking the sea to rooms with balconies and luxurious suites, as well as facilities Multiple dining and entertainment programs for all ages.
The hotel features 1,265 cabins, three swimming pools, a spa and wellness center, a poolside cinema, tennis and basketball courts, as well as four dining options, 15 cafes and event spaces.
The ship "MSC World Europe" arrived on Thursday in Doha port in order to be a special place to host the fans of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
The ship carries a five-star hotel that includes 2,633 cabins. The ship also contains six swimming pools, a health center, retail and shopping outlets, as well as multiple dining options, including 13 restaurants, including six options for fine dining.
— MSC Cruises (USA) (@MSCCruisesUSA) November 10, 2022
Surreal feeling looking up at whales swimming above us in the MSC World Europa promenade pic.twitter.com/L4bEyhFk7a
— Dave Monk (@shipmonk) November 12, 2022
Floating hotels are one of the many facilities that Qatar offers to fans of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, providing multiple booking and accommodation options throughout the tournament, including apartments, villas, fan villages and the usual hotels, reflecting the strenuous efforts made to organize the best World Cup tournament. in history.
According to estimates by MSC Cruises Group, which owns the three floating hotels that will serve the tournament, the three cruise ships will have a capacity of 10,000 beds, and bookings for the first week of the World Cup have reached 100%.
The collaboration between Qatar and MSC Cruises dates back to 2016, when Doha welcomed the group's first mega cruise ship, the MSC Fantasia.