Louvre Hotels signs first Kyriad branded hotel in Dubai Culture Village

The mid-scale hotel will offer 263 rooms

Louvre Hotels signs first Kyriad branded hotel in Dubai Culture Village
Louvre Hotels signs first Kyriad branded hotel in Dubai Culture Village

Louvre Hotels Group is enhancing its mid-scale offerings in MENA with the signing of the first Kyriad branded hotel in the region set to open in Dubai’s Culture Village.

The hotel will offer 263 rooms and signals the group’s focus on rolling out such midscale three and four star hotel services, according to a statement.

The hotel company will also enter Abu Dhabi with the conversion of a four-star hotel in the downtown district, bringing its re-positioned Golden Tulip brand targeted towards millennials to the capital by Q3 2018.

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By the close of 2018, the group shall have opened six new properties and more than 1,150 rooms ranging from upscale four star to midscale three star hotels including the following: Golden Tulip Down Town Abu Dhabi (156 rooms); Re-opening of the Golden Tulip Media Dubai (opened with 288 rooms and suites); Tulip Inn Modon Riyadh (opened with 107 rooms); Tulip Inn Khan, Sharjah (232 rooms); Tulip Inn Rawafed, Madinah (126 rooms) and Tulip Inn Aziziyah Makkah (256 rooms).

While future openings in the next two years include hotels in Makkah, Madinah, Al Khobar, Ehsa and others. In addition to Dubai, Sharjah, Muscat, Salalah, Amman, Algiers, Tunis and Tbilisi leading up to 2020 and reaching the 100 hotel milestone.

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