In a true meeting of cultures, the Grand Hyatt Doha, Qatar and Hyatt Regency Warsaw, Poland have embarked on a unique exchange to celebrate Qatar Airways’ route launch between Doha and the Polish capital Warsaw.
The two Hyatt properties, together with Qatar Airways, are organising a unique 10-day chef exchange programme to mark the recent launch of the airline’s new Polish service that will strengthen the relationship between the two cities and place Doha and Warsaw as accessible destinations for travellers from Qatar and Poland.
During the chef exchange promotion, each hotel will have a series of events taking place with opportunities for guests and diners to sample flavours from both destinations.
Qatar Airways has flown the talented Grand Hyatt Doha Arabic chef Wael Aboelela to Hyatt Regency Warsaw to showcase the very best of Arabic cuisine with a distinctly Qatari twist. In exchange, Chef Witold Drobny from the Hyatt Regency Warsaw has flown to Doha to bring the exquisite tastes of Poland to the Grand Hyatt Doha’s Grill Restaurant from 9 – 19 December.
Warsaw is one of Europe’s oldest cities – Poland’s largest city and economic, political and cultural centre. Rich in culture, home to historic palaces and modern architecture, many companies have turned their attention to setting up base in Warsaw due to the huge investment benefits offered by the Polish government.
Qatar Airways is operating non-stop scheduled flights four-times-a-week between Doha and Warsaw, the airline’s 32nd European destination.