VIP suite at Qatar World Cup goes on sale for £1,800,000

The VIP hotel suite for the 2022 Qatar World Cup, which contains two bedrooms and a living room with a private garden patio, has gone on sale.

The “qatar world cup 2022” is a VIP suite at the Qatar World Cup. The suite goes on sale for £1,800,000.

VIP suite at Qatar World Cup goes on sale for £1,800,000

Caption: (Picture: MATCH Hospitality; Getty)

Well-heeled fans will be hosted in gold-tinted VIP suites for the Qatar World Cup, which is being promoted by David Beckham (Picture: MATCH Hospitality/Getty).

At the Qatar World Cup, a private VIP suite is on sale for £1.8 million ($2.5 million) as corporate tickets are snatched up by affluent fans.

As major corporations, executives, and billionaires secure their tickets at the FIFA games in 2022, one themed deluxe hospitality package with outstanding views of the events has already sold out.

According to a sales list released by MATCH Hospitality, FIFA’s authorized sales partner for the hospitality program, the gold-tinted box with 44 seats is still available.

The Lusail Stadium’s Suite 3079 is offered for a’venue series,’ which comprises six group games, the round of 16, quarter final, and final.

The box is the priciest MATCH private suite on the list, with pricing varying depending on size and location.

According to Match Hospitality, the lounges have a ‘selected five-course tasting menu’ and an in-suite HD television, as well as direct access to chairs just outside the glass frontages.

The final will be held on December 18, 2022, in the 80,000-capacity stadium, which is Qatar’s largest.

Caption: DOHA, QATAR - NOVEMBER 21: Former England player David Beckham (L) pose for a picture during One year to go until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on November 21, 2021 in Corniche Fishing Spot, Doha, Qatar. (Photo by Mohamed Farag - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images) Photographer: Mohamed Farag - FIFA Provider: FIFA via Getty Images Source: FIFA

With one year till the World Cup in Qatar, David Beckham poses for a photo during promotional work (Photo: Mohamed Farag/FIFA via Getty Images).

(Picture: MATCH Hospitality)

At the Qatar World Cup in 2022, the champagne experience will be available in private suites (Picture: MATCH Hospitality)

The request form shows that dozens of other corporate boxes have already been sold, amounting to millions of pounds spent on hospitality at the games just over a year before the first group stage game on November 21.

The Amazing Series VIP package, which is based on a theme, has already sold out.

The series is advertised as a “elite selection” of “the most in-demand matchups,” with 19 games divided throughout the Lusail and Al Bayt stadiums’ best-located suites.

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: MATCH Private Suite (Picture: MATCH Hospitality)

From the half-way line, private apartments for the Qatar World Cup will provide fantastic views of the games. (Photo courtesy of MATCH Hospitality)

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: MATCH Private Suite (Picture: MATCH Hospitality)

The gold-tinted finish inside a private suite available during the FIFA World Cup, which will be held in Qatar next year (Picture: MATCH Hospitality)

A specialized concierge and ‘impeccable service’ are included in the Pearl Lounge, as well as a six-course ‘gastronomic display’ with ‘à la carte alternatives, signature dishes, and live chef stations.’ 

The lounge, which is only accessible at the Lusail Stadium, costs $4,950 (£3,716) for a group match.

It is billed as the’most opulent commercial lounge at the FIFA World Cup’ and is located on the halfway line.

Despite worries regarding human rights, notably the exploitation of stadium employees, Qatar’s hospitality services are garnering attention.

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: MATCH Private Suite (Picture: MATCH Hospitality)

At the Qatar World Cup, a lounge space within a luxury suite offers private eating and entertainment. (Photo courtesy of MATCH Hospitality)

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: MATCH Private Suite (Picture: MATCH Hospitality)

A ringside seat in one of the elite private suites available for purchase in advance of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar (Picture: MATCH Hospitality)

According to The Guardian, more than 6,500 people have perished since the World Cup was awarded a decade ago. 

In the rich Gulf state, where same-sex relationships are prohibited, gay men and women are claimed to face prejudice.

In October, David Beckham was chastised when it was revealed that he had signed a £150 million agreement to become a World Cup ambassador. 

Qatar has said that “everyone is welcome” during the games, and that rainbow flags are permitted to be exhibited at stadiums.

The authorities made efforts to safeguard the employees from the high heat in May, and the death rate is within the predicted range given the labor size, according to the authorities.

According to a FIFA representative, ‘hospitality sales are continuing’ for corporate clients, with general sales to be announced soon.

‘We want to release ticket pricing for the FIFA World Cup 2022 by the end of this year,’ the spokesman stated.

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