Millennium Hotels signs Dubai-based brands at AHIC

Millennium Hotels & Resorts has made two operation agreements for Dubai-based properties.

Millennium hotels, Dubai, Al barsha, Arabian hotel investment conference, The Millennium Place Barsha Heights, Studio M Al Barsha, Ras al khaimah

Millennium Hotels & Resorts has made two operation agreements for Dubai-based properties.

The hotel business signed a management agreement to operate Millennium Place Barsha Heights, as well as a agreeing a deal with real estate and development company Jersey Properties LLC to launch the second Studio M property in Al Barsha.

The agreements were concluded at the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference (AHIC) in Ras Al Khaimah by Millennium Hotels & Resorts president Ali Alzaabi with the Millennium Place Barsha Heights owner representative, Marwan Hatahet, and Yousef Madhi of Jersey Properties.

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The Millennium Place Barsha Heights is expected to open in Q4 this year and is comprised of 915 rooms, suites and serviced apartments, while Studio M Al Barsha is also expected to open in Q4 and will comprise 155 rooms.

Commenting on the agreements, Alzaabi said: “Millennium Hotels and Resorts continues to introduce innovative concepts that address the guests’ changing needs and contemporary functionality as well as personal sanctuary in their accommodation.

He added: “The Barsha Heights is a dynamic and growing community and operating another Millennium property in this area reflects our commitment to support the country’s growing tourism and hospitality industry.”

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