Marriott opens first Element in the Middle East in Dubai

Marriott International has debuted of Element Hotels in the Middle East and Africa with the opening of Element Me'aisam in Dubai

Element Meaisam.
Element Meaisam.

Marriott International has opened the first Element-branded hotel in the Middle East in Dubai. The 168-room property features studios and one-bedroom suites.

With the debut of its Element brand, the United Arab Emirates is now home to 16 Marriott International brands across more than 50 hotels.

“A recognised industry leader in the eco-space, Element promotes a life in balance with its emphasis on wellness and sustainability and we are excited to debut the brand in a city like Dubai where sustainability remains a key focus across all sectors,” said Alex Kyriakidis, president and managing director, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International.

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Marriott International appointed Stuart Birkwood as cluster general manager for its properties in Dubai: Aloft Me'aisem, Element Me'aisem, and Aloft Dubai South.

Element Me’aisam is situated in Dubai Production City, in close proximity to Dubai Sports City and City Centre Me’aisam. The property is a part of Marriott International’s newest hotel complex in Dubai which also features the recently opened Aloft Me’aisam.

 

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