Al Bandar Rotana and Al Bandar Arjaan by Rotana open in Dubai

The five-star hotel and fully-furnished serviced apartments is located at Dubai Creek

The atrium of the Al Bandar Rotana.
The atrium of the Al Bandar Rotana.

Rotana has soft-opened two hotels in Dubai: the five-star Al Bandar Rotana, and a fully-furnished serviced apartments, Al Bandar Arjaan by Rotana, located on Baniyas Road, Dubai Creek.

"Dubai has been one of the best-performing markets for Rotana, where we have a strong presence with an existing inventory of 11 hotels, and several under development which will give us an additional 3,168 rooms in the city.

"With its forward-looking economy and continued infrastructure investments, combined with its appealing luxury, retail and tourism offerings, the emirate continues to be a magnet for both business and leisure travellers. The emirate has seen a steady growth in the number of visitors and in 2017 alone it welcomed 15.8 million travellers. With the opening of Al Bandar Rotana and Al Bandar Arjaan by Rotana, we have reached a new milestone in our growth journey and the properties, situated in a prime location in Dubai, have further cemented our leading position in the hospitality industry,” Rotana area vice president David Prince, in a statement.

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The properties' general manager is Hussein Hachem, a hotelier with more than 35 years of experience, who has been with Rotana for 25 years.

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