Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani, President of the Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC), Sunday inaugurated the Qatari Diar project in Tunisia, Anantara-Tozeur Resort, in the presence of a number of ministers, ambassadors, dignitaries and Qatari and Tunisian businessmen.
The resort, which is fully owned by Qatari Diar, includes 93 hotel units, ranging from rooms, suites and villas, as well as two VIP villas. It features many health and spa facilities, a sports club, tennis courts, swimming pools, function rooms, cultural village, retail shops and restaurants.
The project was constructed and built by Qatari Diar in line with the development agreement signed between Qatari Diar and the Tunisian government with a total investment value of more than 222 million Tunisian dinars (about QR284m).
Anantara-Tozeur Resort will offer a luxurious new haven in the magnificent southwest of the city of Tozeur, known for being a centre of desert adventure, architecture and vast palm fields, making it the choice of the original Star Wars film producers to film the scenes.
Tozeur offers easy access to cultural and desert activities through a unique oasis, and the new estate embodies the essence of authentic Anantara luxury through the exquisite design of local experiences.
Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company was established in 2005 as a subsidiary of the Qatar Investment Authority to support the growing Qatari economy and implement real estate development projects inside and outside Qatar. Qatari Diar has a capital of $8bn, with more than 60 projects under development in Qatar and 24 countries around the world, with investments of more than $35bn.