About us

Our concept

21 High Street Residence is a unique, engaging, and entertaining way to experience history in a 5-star luxury hotel in Qatar.

We offer you the opportunity to travel back in time and imagine what it was like to live in the era of your favorite historical figures.

The decor of each boutique apartment is tailored to the individual's preference allowing guests to enjoy a truly unforgettable luxury hotel experience in Qatar.

Experience & Facilities

Get the VIP treatment with world-class service at 21 High Street Residence.

Whether you're travelling for business or leisure, staying in 21 High Street Residence is an experience unlike any other.

Our hotel in Qatar is the perfect destination for families looking for a luxurious stay. Our top-notch accommodations come with various amenities such as high-quality furnishings, large windows that let in plenty of natural light, and spacious living areas with a kitchen and dining area. Plus, our king-sized beds offer the ultimate comfort.


The well-located 21 High Street Residence can provide easy access to nearby attractions, airports, restaurants, beaches, and transportation options.

At 21 High Street Residence, every luxury unit is equipped with air conditioning, a seating area and a flat-screen TV featuring satellite channels. Additionally, each unit also has a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, a safety deposit box, and a private bathroom with a bidet.


Lagoona Mall is 2.5 km from 21 High Street Residence, while Qatar International Exhibition Centre is 2.9 km away. The nearest airport is Doha International Airport, 13 km from the accommodation.

Couples have given a perfect score of 10 for the location, indicating that it is an ideal place for a trip with their partner.

Our inspiration

Located in the heart of Katara Cultural Village and just 600 meters away from Katara Beach, 21 High Street Residence provides guests access to a health centre, free private parking, a stylish terrace, and a modern café lounge. Every detail, including the furniture and decor, has been thoughtfully designed to bring history to life.

We offer a selection of luxurious apartments that our esteemed guests can choose from. Each apartment is uniquely designed to reflect the style and personality of famous individuals like William Shakespeare, Pablo Picasso, Gibran Kahlil Gibran, Leo Tolstoy, and others.

Let’s take a tour around our five-star hotel and get to know more about our specially designed apartments.


Yasunari Kawabata

1899 – 1972 -Japan

Hotel rooms possess an enigmatic quality that evokes a sense of unexplored paths and untold tales. The uniform wooden furniture and pristine white sheets contribute to the inherent charm of such spaces.
Yasunari Kawabata, a celebrated Japanese author who won the Nobel Prize, had a special affinity for these temporary abodes and was known to write about the stories that unfold within them.

Juan Ramon Jimenez

December 23, 1881, Spain - May 29, 1958, Puerto Rico

Juan Ramón Jiménez Mantecón, a Spanish poet, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1956 for his lyrical poetry

Wolfgang Mozart

January 27, 1756, Austria - December 5, 1791, Austria

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is renowned as one of the most influential composers of the Classical period. He created over 800 works in various genres and was especially known for his exceptional speed in producing music.

Ibrahim Tuqan

1905, Nablus - May 2, 1941, Jerusalem

Ibrahim Abd al-Fattah Tuqan was a famous poet who was born in Nablus, Palestine. His writings inspired and motivated millions of people.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

March 6, 1927, Colombia - April 17, 2014, Mexico

Gabriel García Márquez was an exceptional Latin American writer who created a unique writing style called magical realism. This blend of fantasy and reality has inspired us to design a beautiful living space with a Latin American touch.

Leo Tolstoy

September 9, 1828, Russia - November 20, 1910, Russia

Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy is widely recognized as one of the most renowned authors in history. He played a significant role in developing the realist novel, and his impact on modern literature is indisputable.

Rene Prudhomme

March 16, 1839, Paris, France -September 6, 1907, France

Rene Prudhomme was the first winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1901. Prudhomme's remarkable talent for using beautiful and poetic language to evoke powerful emotions and vivid images inspired us to create a delightful apartment.

Ernest Hemingway

July 21, 1899, United States - July 2, 1961, United States

Ernest Miller Hemingway was a well-known American novelist recognized for his unique writing style, known as the "iceberg theory," that greatly influenced 20th-century fiction.

Omar Khayyam

May 18, 1048, Iran - December 4, 1131, Iran

Omar Khayyam, also known as Ghiyāth al-Dīn Abū al-Fatḥ ʿUmar ibn Ibrāhīm Nīsābūrī, was a genius in multiple fields of science and literature. His works have made significant contributions and are widely read and quoted in Persian literature.

Jose Saramago

November 16, 1922, Portugal- June 18, 2010, Spain

Jose de Sousa Saramago, a renowned Portuguese writer and Nobel Prize winner, was known for his distinctive and potent writing style. His use of parables imbued with creativity, compassion, and irony allowed readers to delve into the realm of reality and explore its limits.

Mahmoud Darwish

March 13, 1941, Al-Birwa - August 9, 2008, United States

Mahmoud Darwish was an esteemed poet and author who was regarded as the Palestinian national poet. His legacy will continues to be remembered and celebrated rill today.

Tayeb Salih

July 12, 1929, Sudan - February 18, 2009, United Kingdom

Tayeb Salih was an extremely accomplished Sudanese writer, cultural journalist, and UNESCO member. With his tremendous contributions to Arabic culture and literature, we couldn’t resist the chance, and we dedicated one of our luxury units, especially after him.

Aboul Qachem Echebbi

February 24, 1909, Tunisia - October 9, 1934, Tunisia

Aboul-Qacem Echebbi was a Tunisian poet and a literary giant in the Arabic world. Echebbi's legacy lives on through this inspirational anthem, which is still sung with pride in Tunisia today, thus we are proud to have created an amazing living space inspired by him

Mohamed Dib

July 21, 1920, Algeria - May 2, 2003, France

Mohammed Dib was an Algerian author who is well-known for his prolific writing career. He has become an iconic figure in Algerian literature and is a source of inspiration for many aspiring writers and our designers as well. Immerse in a trip to Algerian folklore in the state of art dedicated luxury apartment

Elia Abu Madi

May 15, 1890, Lebanon - November 23, 1957, United States

Elia Abu Madi was a Lebanese-born American poet who had a tremendous impact on the literary world. His poems, which were often filled with symbolism, were thought-provoking and powerful, and continue to be admired and celebrated till today

Abbas Mahmoud Al Akkad

June 28, 1889, Egypt - March 1964, Egypt

Abbas Mahmoud al-Aqqad was a renowned figure in the literary world, and a major influence in Egyptian culture, a journalist, poet, and literary critic, and was a member of the prestigious Academy of the Arabic Language in Cairo.
He was a passionate voice for the Arab people and was an inspiration to many. His legacy lives on in the many works of literature he left behind.

Mohammed Aziz Lahbadi

December 25, 1922, Morocco - August 23, 1993, Morocco

Mohammed Aziz Lahbabi was a remarkable Moroccan thinker, writer and poet who wrote in both Arabic and French. He was truly an exceptional figure in Moroccan culture and literature and is a true inspiration for us in creating a delectable living experience in our beautifully decorated upscale apartment.

Rabindranath Tagore

May 7, 1861, India - August 7, 1941, India

Rabindranath Tagore FRAS was an extraordinary and multi-talented individual whose contributions to Bengali literature, music, art, philosophy, and social reform had a lasting impact on the world. He was a true polymath who used his talents and knowledge to make the world a better place, and we used his artistic legacy to create an exceptional living experience.

Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar

June 23, 1901, Constantinople vilayet - January 24, 1962, Turkey

Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar was a highly accomplished and respected figure in Turkish literature and politics. As a modernist, his widely regarded as one of the most important figures in Turkish literature, and his work has been lauded for its innovation, complexity, and insight into Turkish culture and society.

Nizar Qabbani

March 21, 1923, Syria - April 30, 1998, United Kingdom

Nizar Tawfiq Qabbani is truly a remarkable figure in the history of Syrian culture and literature. His poetic works are renowned for their beauty and power in conveying a range of topics, from love to religion, and strong political stands.

Taha Hussein

November 14, 1889, Egypt - October 28, 1973, Egypt

Taha Hussein was a powerful figure in 20th-century Egyptian literature and intellectualism. He was known as "The Dean of Arabic Literature," and his legacy is revered throughout the Middle East and North Africa. He was a leader of the Egyptian Renaissance and a major proponent of modernism in this region.

Abdulaziz Al Obaidan

January 01, 1952, Qatar - July 22, 2016, Qatar

Obaidan is an incredibly talented musician who has made a lasting impact on Qatar’s cultural and musical history. He is best known for composing the national anthem of Qatar, which he founded the Al Adwa 'Lights' band in 1966.
His contributions to Qatar's music and culture were recognized by his appointment to the Board of Trustees of the Academy of Music in Qatar and his representation of Qatar on the Executive Council of the Arab Society of Music. Obaidan's legacy will continue to be appreciated for generations to come and is highly appreciated by our distinguished guests who visit the carefully decorated upscale apartment dedicated to this great figure of musical history.

Vincent Van Gogh

March 30, 1853, Netherlands - July 29, 1890, France

Vincent Willem van Gogh was an incredibly influential and prolific artist whose posthumous fame and influence has spanned centuries. Throughout his career, he created an incredible amount of artwork.

Gibran Kahlil Gibran

January 6, 1883, Lebanon - April 10, 1931, United States

Kahlil Gibran was a remarkable writer, who wrote extensively on topics such as love, beauty, religion and life, and his philosophical musings were admired by many. His most famous work, The Prophet, is a collection of 26 poetic essays that has been translated into over 40 languages.

Pablo Picasso

October 25, 1881, Spain - April 8, 1973, France

Pablo Ruiz Picasso was a renowned and influential Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist and theatre designer who is widely regarded as one of the most significant artists of the 20th century.
He revolutionized painting, sculpture and other art forms with his innovative techniques and extraordinary vision. His artwork is renowned for its boldness, its beauty, and its power to evoke emotion.

Nazik Al Malaika

August 23, 1923, Iraq - June 20, 2007, Egypt

Nazik al-Malaika was an influential Iraqi poet and an early adopter of free verse in Arabic literature.
Al-Malaika is an important figure in modern Arabic literature and her pioneering work has been a benchmark of our work on a luxury state of art dedicated apartment unit.

Ahmed Shawqi Ahmed Shawqi

October 17, 1870, Egypt - October 14, 1932, Egypt

Nicknamed the Prince of Poets, was an Arabic poet laureate, to the Arabic literary tradition.

Ludwig Van Beethoven

December 1770, Germany - March 26, 1827, Austria

Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist who remains one of the most revered composers in the history of Western music.
Beethoven's influence on classical music cannot be overstated and his revolutionary compositions are still performed and appreciated to this day.

William Shakespeare

April 1564, United Kingdom - April 23, 1616, United Kingdom

William Shakespeare is undoubtedly one of the most influential and renowned writers in history.
He is renowned for his masterful command of the English language, as well as his masterful use of structure, imagery, and symbolism in his work. He is truly an inspiration to writers and to anyone with a passion for the English language.

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