Occupying prime real estate on the world-famous man-made island, Andaz Dubai the Palm is slated to open in the last quarter of the year. It will become the first Andaz branded hotel in Dubai and the second Andaz hotel in the United Arab Emirates, joining Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi.
Created for the inquisitive-minded traveller, the hotel will offer an inspired local experience and stimulate guests’ senses through the city’s rich culture, heritage and attractions. The property will provide exclusive beachfront admission and easy access to several of Dubai’s key landmarks including the Mall of the Emirates, Dubai Mall, Marina Mall, Jumeirah Beach and Dubai Marina.
Hesham Abdulla Al Qassim, chief executive of wasl Asset Management Group, commented: “Andaz Dubai The Palm will provide a standout hospitality experience for guests amid a location famous for luxury and exclusivity.
“Due for completion ahead of the EXPO 2020, this new venture with Hyatt will further enriches our portfolio and fosters the provision of exemplary hospitality experiences to Dubai’s growing tourism market.”
The hotel will feature twin 15-story towers inclusive of 217 guestrooms and 116 serviced apartments, each capturing a bespoke design influenced by the colours of Arabia.
To add to the area’s thriving culinary scene, the hotel will offer four vibrant restaurants as well as a fitness centre, spa and meeting facilities.
“Hyatt is committed to thoughtfully introducing brands to new places and providing meaningful experiences for each and every guest,” said Ludwig Bouldoukian, Hyatt’s Dubai-based regional vice president of development, Middle East and North Africa.
wasl owns among other properties, the Park Hyatt Dubai and the newly opened Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai
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