VIDEO: Three hotels confirmed for Dubai's Palm Jumeirah by Q1 2019

Three new hotels are going to open on Dubai's Palm Jumeirah. A.A. Al Moosa Enterprises has confirmed three hotel projects — Hilton The Palm, Taj Exotica Resort & Spa and Marriott The Palm — with a target opening date of Q1 of 2019

Three new hotels confirmed for Dubai's Palm Jumeirah by Q1 2019.

Three new exciting hotels are going to open on Dubai's Palm Jumeirah. A.A. Al Moosa Enterprises has confirmed three hotel projects — Hilton The Palm, Taj Exotica Resort & Spa and Marriott The Palm — with a target opening date of Q1 of 2019.

All three properties are located on the Palm Jumeirah and are expected to add 1,500 rooms and suites to the current inventory of hotel rooms in Dubai, according to a statement. Combined, the three hotels will offer 25 dining outlets.

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Faisal Al Moosa, representing A.A. Al Moosa Enterprises, said in a press statement: "With the opening of the three hotels on the Palm, we are not only expanding our footprint in the UAE but also contributing to strengthening the tourism sector of Dubai. These three iconic hotel projects will bring additional 1,500 hotel rooms that will support our government's Tourism Vision for 2020. The hotels will cater to varied market segments across diversified source markets and will further strengthen the city’s reputation as the region’s leading tourist destination and the most visited city in the Middle East."

Hilton The Palm will be located on the trunk of the Palm and will feature 608 rooms and suites and a presidential suite. The 13-storey hotel is a beachfront resort, and will host seven restaurants and lounges. Marriott The Palm Dubai is also a beachfront hotel, with 608 rooms and suites situated at the trunk of Palm Jumeirah. The hotel includes seven restaurants, bar and lounges, meeting rooms, outdoor swimming pool, kids club and recreation centre and a luxury spa facility.

Taj Exotica Resort & Spa is situated on the eastern crescent of Palm Jumeirah. The resort will offer 325 rooms and suites, an Italian themed all-day dining restaurant, a gastropub, a rooftop restaurant and a lounge overlooking the Arabian Gulf. The hotel will offer a fitness centre and the Jiva Spa.

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