Qatar 2022 has created cabins for fans to stay in ©Getty Images

The organisers of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup has confirmed more fan accommodation will be available for the tournament, with a budget alternative being unveiled.

However, this alternative has been criticised, with the housing resembling industrial cabins used on construction sites.

Some commentators referred to the complex as akin to Fyre Festival, a fraudulent luxury music festival held in the Caribbean.

This 6,000-cabin fan village is situated in an isolated lot between Doha International Airport and Hamad International Airport.

There is a metro station, bus stop and plans for a temporary restaurant there, with the first matches only 10 days away.

Officials claim as many as 12,000 people could stay there.

Artificial grass is outside, as well as common areas with large beanbag chairs to watch matches on a big screen.

The rooms have twin beds, a bedside table, a small table and chair, air conditioning, a toilet and a shower.

The cost per night is approximately $311 (£273/€312), with around 60 per cent of rooms already filled, according to head of accommodation Omar al-Jaber.

The interior of the accommodation ©Getty Images
The interior of the accommodation ©Getty Images

Even more basic rooms - in a less convenient location - will go for as little as $124 (£109/€125).

Journalists reported they could hear the rumbling of planes during the media visit.

Those staying there will require a 40-minute journey to stadium sites.

French hospitality company Accor are operating the complex.

Qatar has faced an accommodation crisis for the FIFA World Cup, resulting to camping and cabin sites, hiring cruise ships and asking fans to stay in its neighbouring countries instead.

The organisation of the tournament has been overshadowed by mistreatment of migrant workers and corruption later surfaced with its bid to host the World Cup.