By Andy Sambidge
Hotel operator says it plans to launch three more properties in the region by the end of 2017
India-based Suba announced on Monday that it has launched its first hotel in the Middle East with the opening of a new property in Deira, Dubai.
The hotel operator said it is planning to launch three more hotels in the region by the end of 2017, without giving more details.
It added that the Deira property is the first four-star hotel in Dubai to offer tablet controlled room lighting and television facilities.
Suba Hotel houses 92 rooms and suites, with multi-cuisine dining options. Located in the heart of old Dubai, the hotel is in close proximity to the renowned tourist landmarks and historic destinations, Suba said in a statement.
Mansur Mehta, founder and chief managing director, Suba Group said: “We are excited to bring the brand to Middle East and offer high quality services to our valued clients... we are enthusiastically looking forward to our regional growth in the coming few years.”
The rooms at the hotel are equipped with satellite TV, high speed Wi-Fi internet and tablet controlled lighting and television facilities while the suites have private Jacuzzis and rain showers.
Suba hotel also offers indoor facilities that can accommodate 10-70 guests and outdoor catering services for up to 300 guests for business conferences, meetings and seminars.
Restaurants and cafés at the Suba Hotel range from Arabic, continental, Indian to Chinese.
Suba Group of Hotels is a part of the MRL Group which has five hotels in India in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bandalore, Baroda, and Dahej.