The Qatari House is done out like a desert palace in very good style. In fact I didn't realise it was open to the public such was the opulent style of the place.
One of the unashamed luxuries of the games with waiters to serve you with drinks (non-alcoholic) and snacks.
Apart from that the house shows how Qatar is building new and sustainable cities whilst retaining its heritage. There are also heritage objects to hold with a story on the screen. Although I think people have been putting them back in the wrong drawers.
The lounge was pleasant and the cinema area showed films with a sporting theme, such as 'Bend it like Beckham'.
Would I go back - I went there on the last public day
Five stuffed dates.