England’s WAGs strike lucky by winning luxury hotel lottery for Qatar World Cup

Like England's national team, the WAGs of the Three Lions stars will be making their final preparations for Qatar.

With the World Cup heading to the desert in just under two months time, England's WAGs have been looking at hotels for the footballing showpiece. And the WAGs look to have hit the jackpot after securing their luxury accommodation for the tournament.

According to the Daily Mail, they have booked chalets on Banana Island – a luxury resort just a 25-minute boat trip from the Doha seafront. The island is just off the coast of Doha, and will provide a nice change of pace from the hustle and bustle of the capital.

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Its website says the resort "is a crescent of golden beach and overwater villas just off the coast of downtown Doha". It adds: "Accessible by private catamaran, escape for family adventures, ocean thrills or serene spa bliss."

The chalets themselves are built on stilts in the Arabian Sea and provide a stunning view across the ocean alongside luxurious living. The resort also provides a host of activities including surfing and diving.

However, there is one snag for the WAGs, the island and resort are alcohol-free.

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The English contingent won't be the only set of WAGs there for the tournament – and it's believed they will be joined by the significant others of the French side.

The report continues to state the vast majority of the resort will be booked out by family members of players at the tournament. However, they won't be totally secluded on Banana Island.

Anyone can venture over to enjoy the glistening beaches of the island for a small fee of £100.

Gareth Southgate's side will be staying elsewhere as they look to mount a challenge for their first World Cup win since their only triumph to date in the 1966 World Cup.

The Three Lions will call the Tivoli Hotel, in the traditional souk district at Al Wakra, home for the duration of the month-long spectacle. The hotel will be closed from the end of October as preparations get underway for the arrival of the team.


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