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Deyaar says work starts on new Dubai hotel project

Hotel and serviced apartment development in Al Barsha is expected to be completed by December 2017

Deyaar says work starts on new Dubai hotel project

Deyaar Development has announced that work is underway on its latest hotel project, situated close to the Mall of Emirates in Al Barsha, Dubai.

The hotel and serviced apartment development, with a total plot size of 70,800 square feet, is expected to be completed by December 2017, the company said in a statement.

The hotel will have total of 408 units, including 299 hotel rooms, of which 15 will be suites, in addition to 109 serviced apartments – a mix of 93 one-beds, and 16 two-beds, it added.

The complex will also include restaurants, a business centre, meeting room, swimming pools and a spa, a gym and children’s play area.

There will be leisure facilities dedicated for men and women, including a separate pool for the ladies, and restaurant options to cater to the growing numbers of visitors with a preference for Sharia compliant accommodation. 

Saeed Al Qatami, CEO of Deyaar, said: “This project reiterates Deyaar’s commitment to support the Dubai’s Tourism Vision 2020 and increase the supply and variety of accommodation options.

"Our Al Barsha project is complementary to our growth strategy and is a significant expansion of our portfolio in the hospitality sector, as we are aiming to manage 1,000 hospitality units by 2018.”

Following previously announced hotel apartment developments at The Atria in Business Bay and the Mont Rose project in the Dubai Science Park, this development is a further addition to Deyaar’s hospitality portfolio, and the increasing diversification of company, he added.

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