Jumeirah expands in Dubai with Zabeel House by Jumeirah - The Greens

Each Zabeel House by Jumeirah hotel will offer an aspect of bespoke design, features and architectural details to fit the individual location

L-R Mr. Marc Dardenne COO & Interim CEO Jumeirah with Mr Ammar Swis CEO Ishraqah For Development Ltd.
L-R Mr. Marc Dardenne COO & Interim CEO Jumeirah with Mr Ammar Swis CEO Ishraqah For Development Ltd.

Jumeirah Group, the hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding will operate a new hotel in Dubai under its Zabeel House by Jumeirah brand.

The hotel, Zabeel House by Jumeirah – The Greens, is scheduled to open in Q4 2018 and will have 210 guest rooms, two restaurants, terrace dining around the pool area, conference and business facilities, as well as a gym and spa treatment rooms.

The hotel is designed guests who want to experience a city like a resident or uncover a different version of the city that they already know.

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Zabeel House by Jumeirah – The Greens is part of a completed wider mixed-use development called "The Onyx", which consists of residential, commercial and retail units. 

Each Zabeel House by Jumeirah hotel will offer an aspect of bespoke design, features and architectural details to fit the individual location. 

Jumeirah Group has five signed hotel management agreements in place for Zabeel House by Jumeirah and will be making a series of announcements in early 2018. Jumeirah currently operates 19 Jumeirah hotels already in operation in Europe, the Middle East and Asia under its Stay Different luxury hotel brand.

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