Qatar Airways is welcoming passengers to the newly launched Al Mourjan Business Lounge – The Garden – which is described as a scenic masterpiece.

The several-times-awarded World’s Best Airline has opened the new lounge at Hamad International Airport (HIA). Named The Garden, it overlooks The ORCHARD, and is surrounded by renowned retailers and restaurants, while offering uniquely designed relaxation spaces and areas to socialise.

An exclusive sanctuary available for Qatar Airways Premium Passengers, The Garden stretches over an area of 7,390sq/m and can accommodate up to 707 passengers. It features 24 quiet spaces, each designed to offer optimum relaxation available free of charge for the first six hours, and also features seven spa treatment rooms.

There is a range of premium facilities that fulfil the needs of business, leisure and family travellers with numerous dining options, relaxation rooms, a fitness studio, pedicure and manicure stations, spa facilities, dedicated private spaces, recreational areas and a nursery. The lounge has been influenced by modern aesthetics incorporating natural light in its distinct design, providing passengers with an immersive experience reflecting The ORCHARD below.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Akbar Al Baker, said: “This world-class lounge showcases a sophisticated way of travel, centred in comfort, wellness and nature. I welcome our premium passengers to experience this spectacular addition to our signature lounge portfolio.”

Located in the Northern expansion of Hamad International Airport, the new lounge serves as an extension to the iconic Al Mourjan Business Lounge – South, awarded World’s Best Business Class Lounge Dining by Skytrax Airline Ratings Awards,

The exclusive facilities include single and double quiet rooms; showers and washrooms; nursery; children’s playroom; game room; smoking room; a gym with treadmills, Elliptical exercise bikes and locker rooms; and a spa with main-pedi stations, neck and shoulder massage relaxation chairs, treatment rooms and changing rooms.

There are also multiple dining and refreshment options across both the East and West Wings. ✤