Middle East-based hotel management company Rotana has officially opened Al Ghurair Rayhaan and Al Ghurair Arjaan by Rotana in Deira, one of Dubai’s busiest tourism and commercial districts, taking the company’s total number of properties in Dubai to 15 .
The two new hotels also represent Rotana’s largest ever room inventory in a single project and will add 620 rooms to Rotana’s Dubai portfolio – 428 rooms at Al Ghurair Rayhaan by Rotana and 192 apartments at Al Ghurair Arjaan by Rotana – bringing its total room inventory in the emirate to 3,795, its most significant in a single city within Rotana’s extensive portfolio.
“Many guests seek to reflect their cultural values in their choice of hotel accommodation and Rayhaan by Rotana offers these guests the opportunity to stay in a world-class hotel that respects the culture and beliefs of this region. The two hotels answer the needs of the luxury hospitality market in Deira with two highly sought-after product offerings,” says Omer Kaddouri, executive vice president and COO, Rotana.
The two hotels feature four food and beverage venues that offer dining choices to satisfy every taste and mood, including an international all day dining restaurant Liwan; Buzz Deli Café for a quick bite, the Yasmine Lounge and the signature Persian restaurant Shayan.
“Al Ghurair Rayhaan and Al Ghurair Arjaan, through their superior product offering, will further boost the luxury hospitality options available to guests looking to stay in Deira,” says Mark McCarthy, general manager. “Al Ghurair Rayhaan and Al Ghurair Arjaan by Rotana enjoy excellent connectivity, being just minutes away from Dubai Airport and one of Dubai Metro’s largest stations – Union – which offers access to the city’s two metro lines.”
“With Dubai becoming one of the main global destinations for shopping, the two new hotels are uniquely positioned to provide our guests with a convenient and enhanced leisure experience as they form part of the ongoing expansion of the adjoining Al Ghurair Shopping Centre that will enhance the mall’s current portfolio of 200 shops and services to 350 in 2013,” he adds.