Jannah to open two new UAE hotels in 2016

The new Jannah Residences City Centre in Abu Dhabi is expected to open on November 1, 2016

Eastern Mangroves Suites by Jannah Hotels & Resort (For illustrative purposes only)
Eastern Mangroves Suites by Jannah Hotels & Resort (For illustrative purposes only)

Jannah Hotels and Resorts is expected to open two new properties in the UAE by the end of 2016, located in Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah.

Jannah’s upcoming Abu Dhabi property is the Jannah Residences City Centre. Comprised of 36 two-bedroom apartments, the new Jannah property will be located next to Abu Dhabi Mall, and will overlook Reem Island.

The Jannah Residences City Centre is currently expected to open on November 1, 2016.

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Jannah’s upcoming debut in Ras Al Khaimah, the Jannah Beach Resort, is expected to open before December 2016.

The new RAK property will offer 100 apartments (each with a beach-facing terrace), plus 22 three-bedroom villas. 

Other facilities at the new Jannah resort will include a marina with capacity for 29 boats, 1,200 sunbeds, three F&B outlets, and activities such as beach volleyball. 

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