Wyndham to open three new hotels in Dubai's Deira Waterfront

The hotels will operate under the Wyndham, Days by Wyndham, and Super 8 by Wyndham brands

Wyndham Deira Waterfront rendering.
Wyndham Deira Waterfront rendering.

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is set to open three new hotels in Deira Waterfront Development by Ithra Dubai, a wholly owned subsidiary of Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD). The hotels will operate under the Wyndham, Days by Wyndham, and Super 8 by Wyndham brands, a statement said.

Ithra Dubai’s development is a mixed-use area built with plans to deliver key commercial growth opportunities for the city. The three new hotels aim to draw domestic and international business and leisure visitors looking for accommodation suited to a range of budgets.

Wyndham Deira Waterfront will feature 282 rooms and suites for upscale travellers to the city looking for tailored services. The hotel includes meeting, fitness and leisure facilities, including a rooftop pool with views over the Gulf.

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Days Hotel Deira Waterfront will give midscale travellers 131 quality rooms and suites, to choose from as well as an all-day dining restaurant and meeting facilities.

Super 8 Deira Waterfront, with 90 rooms, is a budget-friendly hotel with a restaurant and a café onsite.

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