Auris Plaza Hotel reflagged as Coral Dubai Al Barsha Hotel

The property, now operated by HMH, features 337 guestrooms and suites, three dining outlets, meeting rooms as well as a rooftop swimming pool

The Auris Plaza Hotel has been rebranded to Coral Dubai Al Barsha Hotel.
The Auris Plaza Hotel has been rebranded to Coral Dubai Al Barsha Hotel.

Hospitality Management Holding (HMH) has signed a management agreement to operate the Coral Dubai Al Barsha Hotel.

The five-star property (formerly the Auris Plaza Hotel) is located in Al Barsha within walking distance from the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai.

Brett Schafer, chief executive officer of Faisal Holding, the owning company of HMH together with Manafa, said: “We are delighted to welcome the Coral Dubai Al Barsha Hotel to our portfolio of hotels."

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Included in the hotel’s facilities are 337 guestrooms and suites, three dining outlets, meeting rooms, and a mix of leisure options including a floor dedicated to health, fitness, spa, and kid’s club as well as a rooftop swimming pool with views of Palm Jumeirah.

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