Paramount Hotel in Dubai to be completed by 2019

The construction of the fourth tower, which will house ultra-luxurious Paramount hotel with 800 keys, will be completed in 2019

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Damac Towers by Paramount, the four-tower master development by Damac Properties in collaboration with Paramount Hotels & Resorts, is entering its handover phase.

The developer said it is welcoming residents to its three residential towers, A, B and D, while the construction of the fourth tower, which will house the Paramount hotel with 800 keys, will be completed in 2019.

“Each project handover is an exemplification of our commitment towards our customers and investors,” said Ali Sajwani, general manager of operations at Damac Properties.

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“With Damac Towers by Paramount, we had set out to create a distinctive living experience, offering the best of Hollywood-inspired luxury in the heart of Dubai. It’s exciting to watch this experience come to life as residents begin to move in.”

Standing at over 270 metres in Dubai’s Burj area, the three residential buildings of Damac Towers by Paramount comprise a total of 1,200 serviced suites.

The suites feature contemporary designs inspired by the quintessential California lifestyle.

The towers also boast pool areas, health clubs and a variety of trendy food and beverage outlets.

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