IHCL to open fourth Taj hotel in Dubai by 2022

This increases the company's inventory to more than 1,000 rooms in the city

IHCL to open fourth hotel in Dubai.
IHCL to open fourth hotel in Dubai.

The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), one of India’s largest hospitality company, has signed an agreement for a fourth Taj hotel in Dubai in partnership with Ithra Dubai LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD).

The hotel, which will be located in the Deira Creek, is projected to open in early 2022 and will be located 15 minutes from Dubai International Airport.

This hotel will be part of Deira Waterfront Development and will feature 200 rooms and suites with waterfront views. The hotel will also include all-day dining and speciality restaurants, a bar and lounge, banqueting facilities and a spa.

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IHCL currently operates Taj Dubai in downtown Business Bay and has two new hotels, Taj Jumeirah Lake Towers and Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, The Palm, Dubai slated to open in late 2018 and 2019 respectively.

Related: Taj Dubai's Ranjit Phillipose on Middle East expansion plans

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