Hundreds of thousands of fans will be housed in Qatar World Cup tents during the month-long tournament in 2022. The country, which is smack dab in the middle of the Persian Gulf, is renowned for its moderate winters and extreme summer heat. The country plans to host 1.2 million football fans, about half the population, during the month-long event. There are several different types of accommodation to choose from, including villas, apartments and fan villages. Some fans are also opting to stay on cruise ships. The country has also spent billions of dollars to upgrade its infrastructure.
While Qatar has a number of hotels and apartments, the number of rooms has not kept up with demand. The country has built more than 100 hotels to accommodate the expected visitors. However, the supply of rooms does not keep up with demand, resulting in a shortage of rooms in some areas. There are also a number of unique accommodations available to fans, including converted shipping containers, tents and apartments. These are available at a number of locations throughout the country.
One fan village has already been unveiled by the organisers, and it has gone viral on social media. The location is located near the country’s primary international airport. It will be used by fans attending the World Cup matches, including England’s World Cup semi-final on December 14. It is also the location of the opening ceremony of the tournament. The fan village will have space for up to 60,000 fans. In addition, the country is planning to build five fan villages. One of the fan villages will be on the country’s south coast. It will also feature 200 tents that offer luxury accommodations.
The Qatar World Cup tents will cost about PS175 per night. Fans will be given two beds and a fan. Fans can also rent aluminum cabins for $200 per night. However, these tents do not have air conditioning or en suite bathrooms. The tents will be provided with water and electricity. There are also common areas where fans can watch World Cup matches.
Fans can also choose to stay at other tent hotels. Some of these hotels are near the beach and are equipped with en suite bathrooms and televisions. The majority of the rooms are pre-booked, with the peak in bookings occurring during the group stage of the tournament. However, there are also some rooms that have not been booked yet, and these will be released.
There are also bedouin tents for fans who are interested in experiencing the authentic Qatari camping experience. The tents will be set up on the country’s south coast and are expected to offer a unique experience for World Cup fans. They will be used to showcase Qatar’s culture.
Qatar has also announced that fans will have a number of alternative accommodations, including tent hotels, fan villages and cruise ships. These accommodations range from basic bedouin-style tents to luxury rooms and villas. Some tent hotels will offer traditional Arabic food and soothing music.