The Doha Corniche is a waterfront promenade extending for seven kilometers along Doha Bay in the capital city of Doha, the state of Qatar.
Running parallel to the Corniche is Corniche Street, a main thoroughfare which connects Doha’s emerging West Bay business district with the south of the city and Doha International Airport. It was formed following extensive dredging work carried out during the late 1970s and early 1980s which reshaped Doha’s coastline.
The Corniche used to be an empty stretch of walkway in which the only visible edifice was a Sheraton Hotel, but development has increased in the 21st century with dozens of skyscrapers being built towards the north of the Corniche. The area’s development is part of the economic boom the country has been experiencing and part of an effort to promote tourism, which was facilitated by the 2006 Asian Games. Many of Doha’s landmarks are found along the Corniche which begins near the Museum of Islamic Art, and ends at the Sheraton Park near the distinctive pyramid-shaped Sheraton Hotel. Al Rumaila Park is also nearby.