Carlton Group adds five-star hotel in UAE

The Carlton Group of Hotels has added the five-star former Metropolitan Palace Hotel to its portfolio in the UAE, rebranding it as Carlton Palace Hotel

The Carlton Group of Hotels has added the five-star former Metropolitan Palace Hotel to its portfolio in the UAE.
The Carlton Group of Hotels has added the five-star former Metropolitan Palace Hotel to its portfolio in the UAE.

The Carlton Group of Hotels has added the five-star former Metropolitan Palace Hotel to its portfolio in the UAE, rebranding it as Carlton Palace Hotel.

A total of 212 spacious rooms and suites were added to the new Carlton Palace Hotel, with additional features including three club floors and executive lounge and roof top swimming pool.

“We are delighted to acquire this prestigious hotel, adding a well-established five-star property to our expanding portfolio,” said First Investor Group CEO hospitality division and group general manager Hosni Abdelhadi.

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“Deira is a popular location with both GCC and international guests, due to its proximity to the international airport, historical and cultural areas of the city as well as the Dubai World Trade Centre, and we look forward to building on the already great reputation of this grand hotel,” he added.

The hotel recently underwent renovation of public areas including the lobby, Al Shindaga Restaurant and the Gourmet Shop, as well as refurbishment of the spacious guest rooms.

The hotel also offers extensive conference, meeting and ballroom facilities, able to cater for 6300 guests.

 

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