Damac to pick Dubailand hotel operator in Q4 2017

The hotel is being developed as one of the four towers that make up Damac Maison de Ville Artesia

Niall McLoughlin, DAMAC.
Niall McLoughlin, DAMAC.

Damac Properties' will pick an operator for its upcoming four-star hotel in Dubailand only in the fourth quarter of 2017, a company official told Construction Week.

The hotel will be located in one of the four towers that make up Damac Maison de Ville Artesia, a US $177m (AED650m) development in Dubailand. According to the Damac website the four-tower 28-storey development comprises a hotel (in Tower A) and hotel apartments in Towers B, C and D.

Niall McLoughlin, senior vice president at Damac Properties, said the company would, by the end of Q4 2017, name an operator to manage Artesia's Tower A as a hotel. 

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