Rotana to open 2 new hotels in Dubai
Dubai, May 23, 2012
Rotana, a leading hotel management company in the Middle East and Africa, will open its latest two properties in Dubai in the third quarter of 2012.
The five-star Al Ghurair Rayhaan by Rotana and the deluxe hotel apartments Al Ghurair Arjaan by Rotana will be part of the new expansion of Al Ghurair Centre.
With the opening of both hotels, Rotana will be adding 621 new rooms to Dubai’s hotel room inventory. In addition, it will be operating eight properties in the UAE under the Arjaan Hotel Apartments by Rotana brand and three properties in the UAE under the alcohol-free brand Rayhaan Hotels & Resorts by Rotana.
“We are excited about the upcoming opening of our 15th Rotana property in Dubai which we are certain will meet the demands of guests seeking contemporary accommodation, convenience and paramount comfort,” said Omer Kaddouri, Rotana’s executive vice president and chief operating officer.
“The total number of rooms managed by Rotana in the UAE confirms Rotana’s strong dedication in delivering premium hospitality and services, and the ultimate choice for a complete accommodation experience.”
The two hotels will represent the ultimate hotel experience developed with leisure, corporate, long-term guests and families in mind, he added.
“The opening team, headed by general manager Mark McCarthy, is working around the clock to ensure hotel premises are perfected and ready to commence operation,” concluded Kaddouri.
Both properties feature high-tech facilities including a wide choice of food & beverage venues, 1 ballroom, and six fully-equipped meeting rooms with the most up-to-date audio-visual equipment.
Guests will have a chance to wind down and relax at any of the numerous leisure facilities that include Zen The Spa at Rotana, swimming pool, a fully-fledged fitness centre, in addition to steam, Jacuzzi, sauna and massage rooms.
“The rooms and suites are designed to provide the ultimate experience in modern serviced living," said McCarthy.
"The diverse features in both properties offer numerous benefits and advantages for short or long term stays, whether for business, leisure or home relocation. I am privileged to be part of the opening team for these magnificent properties and my team and I will be working hand in hand to ensure all elements of the opening are perfected,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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