Central Hotels to open seven new hotels in Dubai by 2022

Three of the upcoming properties will add a total of 493 rooms

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Central Hotels has announced that it will be doubling its portfolio in Dubai by 2022

According to statement, the hospitality group will open seven new hotel properties in Dubai, including — Diamond Central Business Bay with 220 keys, Island Central, on Deira Island with 267 rooms and suites and the Central House Citywalk with 60 keys. 


Talking about this, Abdulla Al Abdulla, Chief Operating Officer (C.O.O.) for Central Hotels, said, “We are working towards a strategic road map with a key objective of being a distinctive home-grown hospitality brand offering unique experiences to travellers with local know-how. We are dedicated to support the remarkable tourism vision of Dubai while playing a part in serving the growth in visitors as well as creating exciting growth opportunities for our associates and employees.”

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Dubai currently has three Central Hotels — Royal Central Hotel the Palm, Canal Central Hotel Business Bay and First Central Hotel Suite. In addition to that, the group also announced the completion of C Central Beach Hotel the Palm. 

Ammar Kanaan, Group General Manager of Central Hotels, said, “We are thrilled to continue growing the Central Hotels brand in Dubai. Bulk of our existing and upcoming portfolio is concentrated in the luxury and upscale sector. We are working hard to drive greater profitability for our owners and better value and convenience for our customers.”

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