FIFA World Cup: Inside the $200 (Shs780K) a night Qatar fans’ village

The brightly-painted aluminum portacabins are arranged in long straight rows and according to Arabic daily ‘Arrayah’, each cabin tea and coffee making facilities with two bottles of water per day, a refrigerator, bed sheets and bath towels.

There are also playgrounds, eateries and other amenities for the visitors. Furthermore, guests can choose between twin bedrooms and an en suite bedroom.

There are entertainment facilities including big screen, fitness centre, gymnasium, tennis court, football grounds and basketball and volleyball courts. Also, 24/7 front desk, 24/7 reception/ check in and check out, convenience store and first aid kit are available.

The cabins go for $200 a night.

For $200 a night, fans can rent one of 6,000 brightly-painted aluminum portacabins, arranged in long, straight rows.

Other than the fan villages, there are also cruise ships, hotels and apartments and over 1,000 modern tents for a native experience.