Al Ghurair Properties signs agreement with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts

Ramada by Wyndham Dubai Deira Hotel will soon be open again

The hotel features 173 rooms and suites
The hotel features 173 rooms and suites

Al Ghurair Properties has signed an agreement with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts to operate its revamped hotel in old Dubai’s Deira.

The hotel has recently upgraded all of its facilities, including F&B venues, rooms, technological infrastructure, and public areas. The hotel features 173 rooms and suites, two F&B venues, and a rooftop pool. It is slated to open its doors later this month.

With the new operation agreement, Al Ghurair Properties, the real estate development sector of Al Ghurair Investments, adds to its portfolio of five hotels in Deira. These include Swissôtel Al Ghurair, Swissôtel Living, Star Metro Hotel and Apartments, Nojoum Hotel Apartments and Kings Square.   

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Al Ghurair Hospitality’s head of hospitality, Ahmed El-Bassyouni said: “We are delighted to see the continuing growth of our hospitality portfolio with the addition of such a well known and loved international hotel brand as Ramada by Wyndham.  Visitors from across the world to Dubai will enjoy the comfort and re-assurance of a global hotel brand they are familiar with and the latest modern hospitality, coupled with a location in Dubai’s historical and cultural district of Deira,”

He continued: “We are extremely proud of this new partnership with Ramada by Wyndham and we are committed to continuing to identify new partnerships for Al Ghurair to grow our portfolio and bring more quality hospitality options to those visiting or staying in the UAE.”

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