QAR 120 per bed in a shared room with (2-3-4) beds
- Room has TV, AC, Fridge and Wireless internet
- Located at 17 Alrayhan St, Doha 9660, Qatar
- Breakfast 20QR, Lunch 25QR and Dinner 25QR
- If you have a membership card you will save 20QR per person per night.
Membership card has to be issued from your national association.
- Payment upon arrival in cash (Qatar Riyals) or by Credit Cards
- For booking and further information contact Tel +974 4421-7157
, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Map https://www.google.com.qa/maps/place/Al+Rayhan+St,+Doha
Directions to QYH:
(sounds confusing! but a Taxi will take you there if you show them the directions below)
From airport to Corniche street go to Mohamed Bin Thani Roundabout to Theater Roundabout then to Wadi Al-Sail Roundabout (Oryx Square) then along on Khalifa street to TV and Radio Roundabout then to
Al-Markhyia Roundabout then to Jawazat Roundabout.
From Jawazat Roundabout go left and after Al-Ali market go right and continue to the end of the street then left and and after less than ten meters turn right and then along the street of Al-Rayhan (by about one hundred and fifty meters) you will be in front of the hostel.
Qatar, officially the State of Qatar, is a sovereign Arab emirate, located in Western Asia, occupying the
small Qatar Peninsula on the northeasterly coast of the much larger Arabian Peninsula. Its sole land
border is with Saudi Arabia to the south, with the rest of its territory surrounded by the Persian Gulf.
A strait in the Persian Gulf separates Qatar from the nearby island state of Bahrain.
Qatar has the world's third largest natural gas reserves
and oil reserves in excess of 25 billion barrels which has fuelled Qatar to become world's richest
country per capita and achieve the highest human development in the Arab World and 36th highest
globally; furthermore, it is recognized as a high income economy by the World Bank and also the 19th
most peaceful country in the world. You can learn more about Qatar by visiting
Qatar Tourism Authority
Doha is the heart and capital of Qatar, it is Qatar's largest city and the economic centre of the country. This
beautiful city is filled with plenty to do, whether it’s shopping, relaxing, dining or whatever other activities
come to mind. With its beautiful corniche which stretches out for several kilometres, you can take walks by the
sea and enjoy the sights of Doha's developing skyline.
Time Zone is GMT + 3 hours
Qatar has hot summers stretching from May through October. These summers are dry and breezy.
Doha has a fairly comfortable winter with occasional rain.
Lightweight summer clothing is ideal with a wrap, sweater or jacket for air conditioned premises.
While Arabic is the official language, English is widely spoken, especially for business purposes.
The official currency of Qatar is the Qatar Rial. The exchange rate is approximately USD 1 = QR 3.64 (June
ICT and Qatar
In the past twenty years, Qatar has progressed rapidly to become a global example of social and economic
development predicated on a knowledge-based economy. From mega infrastructure projects to social development
indices, today Qatar boasts incredible opportunities for businesses looking to take advantage of a fast growing
and demanding landscape. In particular:
- Qatar was the world’s fastest growing economy during 2008-12
- Real GDP growth is forecasted at 6.5% in 2013 and 6.8% in 2014
- Qatar plans to invest over USD140 billion over the next ﬁve years
in transport infrastructure to transform Qatar
- ICT contribution towards the national GDP increased 33% between
2008 and 2012
ICT is not just reshaping business practices in Qatar but also the lives of the country’s citizens. As a growing
nation, Qatar boasts impressive ICT statistics:
- Ranked 23rd globally in the World Economic Forum’s Network
- Highest ranking Arab nation in the International Telecommunications
Union’s 2012 ICT Development Index
- Ranked 9th globally on the E-participation index and 27th globally
on the Online Service Index within the United Nations’ 2012 E-Government Survey
- Overall internet penetration increased from 38% to 69.3% between
2008 and 2012.
- 97% of youth aged 15-24 have access to computers, 98% have internet
access, and 100% enjoy mobile access