Qatar Duty Free at Hamad International welcomes In-Q by Qatar Museums

Qatar Duty Free at Hamad International Airport has enhanced its facilities with a brand new store and café, In-Q by Qatar Museums (QM).

The brand new In-Q Gift Shop in Qatar Duty Free sells a wide selection of souvenirs, replicas, books, jewellery and apparel, while also offering passengers who are transiting through Hamad International Airport the chance to learn about Qatar, its culture and museums.

Adding to this, those looking for a taste of Qatari hospitality can opt for a selection of culinary delights at the In-Q Café, including breakfast options, light meals and snacks, both international and regional.

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Senior vice president, Qatar Duty Free, Keith Hunter commented on the launch: “The opening of the In-Q Gift Shop has been eagerly anticipated by Qatar Duty Free as an additional opportunity to share Qatari culture and heritage with our customers through a range of creative and inspiring products. Qatar Museums’ presence within Qatar Duty Free also enables passengers in Hamad International Airport to experience Qatar’s cultural landscape.

“The In-Q Café provides further variety to our extensive food and beverage offering, presenting the opportunity for customers to relax in intimate and inspired surroundings after perusing the QM collection,” he added.

Also remarking on the news was chief commercial officer, Qatar Museums, Phil Lawrie: “Qatar Museums is delighted to extend the In-Q brand, which debuted in Harrods in London, to the world-class and prestigious environs of Hamad International Airport. The In-Q Café will provide travellers with a high-class café offering from a menu that draws from international and Arabic favourites, enjoyed in a contemporary, stylish setting inspired by Qatari design and heritage patterns.”

Lawrie added: “The In-Q Gift Shop meanwhile allows the traveller to discover a wide range of quality gifts and souvenirs inspired by Qatar Museums’ extensive, world-class collections, exhibitions, public art and heritage sites.”