Rotana, which has over 100 properties across the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe and Türkiye, has announced the opening of two new hotels under its latest brand, Edge by Rotana.
Launched in May 2022, Edge by Rotana is a collection of independent properties that maintain their individuality while leveraging the group’s extensive network.
The announcement was made at the Future Hospitality Summit, which is being held in Dubai from September 19-21.
Arabian Park Hotel and Damac Hills 2 Hotel will open in October and November, respectively.
Guy Hutchinson, president and CEO of Rotana, said:
“We are excited to announce the upcoming opening of two new Edge by Rotana managed hotels in Dubai. The new properties will add 623 keys to our growing portfolio and further diversify our offering to respond to increasing demand. The tourism sector is thriving with global events around the corner and we look forward to new developments as we remain on track with our expansion plans.”
Set to launch in October 2022, Arabian Park is an Edge by Rotana-managed hotel located in the Al Jaddaf district, a business and lifestyle community connecting old and new Dubai.
The three-star hotel is adjacent to the five-star Al Jaddaf Rotana Dubai and close to Culture Village, as well as major malls and attractions including Dubai Festival City, Dubai Frame and Dubai Mall as well as being located just ten minutes by road from both Dubai International Airport and Dubai International Financial Centre.
Opening in November, Damac Hills 2 Hotel is located in Akoya Oxygen, a community for families, away from the bustle of the city. The Edge by Rotana-managed hotel has 295 modern and fully-equipped rooms.
Rotana currently operates 71 hotels in the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe and Türkiye, serving more than six million guests per year, including an impressive 10,012 keys across 36 hotels in the UAE alone. With an immediate pipeline of nine hotels scheduled to open before the end of 2023, the hospitality group is on track to expedite landmark developments and hotel singings.
News Source: Gulf Business