Our new health environment has led to new patterns of behaviour and social interaction; but now, to help ease the daily strain Radisson Blu Hotel Doha has revamped QUBE. Thinking out-of-the-box, it’s a completely new QUBE, spacious yet comfortably relaxing, respecting all the new safety and health protocols, that aims to provide customers with a safe and relaxing haven to unwind after the day’s hard work…

Opening from 5 pm until midnight, every night, QUBE is now equipped with at least 15 65-inch TV screens, of which two are even larger, which have come just at the right time as the Premier League, Champions League and Europa League are hotting up and fixtures are coming thick and fast.

2020 is proving to be an unpredictable year and nowhere more so than in the the world of football. Strange results are the new norm – VAR scenarios are shooting up, player injuries are swelling – so, now more than ever, you don’t want to miss a moment of the action. Who knows what might happen?! With huge, high-definition screens at every angle you’re guaranteed to ‘stay in the know’!

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Radisson Blu Hotel Doha is top of the list for providing a variety of eating and entertainment venues, all of which offer value for money and appeal to all tastes and preferences. At QUBE, you can choose from an global range of tasty treats from Asia, Europe and the Americas. We tried Crunchy Panko Prawn (“succulent, saucy”); Vegetable Spring Rolls (“the perfect starter”); Singapore-style Chicken Satay (“oh, that nutty flavour!”); Chicken Wrap (“Full of flavour – filling, too”); and the original fast food, Fish and Chips (“cod-delicious”).

Come on in, the games just started. Enjoy!


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Author: Terry Sutcliffe

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