130,000 rooms will be ready in hotels, apartments, ships and tents for World Cup fans. Just days before the World Cup kicks off in Qatar, workers are pouring concrete and hammering through the night to ready luxury hotels and bargain apartments for a million or more football fans. Hundreds of migrants are labouring inside the 211 metre (696 feet) high Katara Towers, dramatically shaped like intertwined scimitar swords, where VIP guests of world football’s governing body FIFA will stay during the tournament. The wealthiest will pay thousands of dollars a night for rooms with marble cellars and a lobby with one of the world’s biggest chandeliers. Source: Gulf News
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