Dubai's Damac launches new luxury servicing unit

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Dubai developer Damac Properties has announced the establishment of a new luxury management company to provide services for its serviced hotel apartments.

Damac Maison will manage the most desirable hotel apartments that the developer will have under construction or operation by the end of 2013.

The new company will offer high-end service capabilities aimed at delivering "the ultimate luxury lifestyle experience", a statement said.

"Damac Maison provides a lifestyle and level of comfort aspired to by so many," said Niall McLoughlin, senior vice president, Damac Properties.

"Everything in your life will be taken care of to the most exacting standards of professionalism and refinement with our highly qualified service team."

All properties under the Damac Maison portfolio will include a luxury spa, high-end restaurants, lobby areas with meeting space, a kids club and baby-sitting service, with qualified staff.

The service also offers luxuries including in-room hair and nail treatments, 24-hour room service; an internationally-renowned chef who will cook for you in your apartment, personal shopping consultants and a team to arrange all overseas travel arrangements on your behalf.

"From daily fresh sheets and towels with 1,000 count cotton, through to arranging overseas trips, booking exclusive experiences for the whole family and luxurious spa services in your own property, Damac Maison is ready to welcome you home," added McLoughlin.

The Signature - a 50-storey tower over-looking the world's largest fountain and world's largest mall in Downtown Dubai - will be the first project to be managed by Damac Maison.

The project is set to be completed in the second half of this year.

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