Travel, Tourism & Hospitality

Revier hotel debuts in Dubai

Revier Hospitality Group AG (Switzerland) has made its debut in one of the prime locations in the heart of the Dubai – Burj Khalifa district. 
A young, vibrant and edgy hotel, the Revier offers a city retreat and a meeting point for the modern and tireless travellers who can enjoy all the tech-savvy amenities such as contactless check-in and keyless room entry.
The rooms and suites are smart, cosy and functionally designed with everything for the modern nomads - flexibility, Instagram-able spots and fast wi-fi. The leisure floor with its restaurant and bar promises a traditional Swiss dining experience and the perfect environment to relax and unwind at the shisha lounge which is located beside the swimming pool, the hotel says.
The Swiss owners, Remo and Philipp Bienz, commented: ”When we first visited Dubai in 2008, we were instantly fascinated by this thriving and pulsating city. As experienced real estate developers and investors from Switzerland, we were impressed by the way Dubai transformed itself from a small town to an internationally recognised and bustling destination. We were pleased by how well they treat foreign investors and international entrepreneurs. The spirit of encouraging space for performance and expansion – expedited our development plans to bring a taste of Switzerland to Dubai." 
"We feel very privileged to have partnered with Eaglewing Group represented by two experienced and passionate industry leaders, Dinky Puri and Rahul Raghuwanshi, to expand the Revier Hospitality Brand in Dubai. We are very excited about our new venture and to be a part of Dubai’s hospitality industry. The vision, out of the box innovative, progressive and futuristic planning by its ruler Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum gave us immense confidence in Dubai being a preferred international destination for the commercial and tourism industry. Dubai’s status as a hub encouraged us to embark on our expansion plans for multiple developments in Dubai,” they said. - TradeArabia News Service