Armani Hotel sets final launch date as April 21

Hotly anticipated property to open doors to public on April 23

A collaboration between famed Italian designer Giorgio Armani and Emaar Properties, the 160-room hotel was initially scheduled to open last year.
A collaboration between famed Italian designer Giorgio Armani and Emaar Properties, the 160-room hotel was initially scheduled to open last year.

Armani Hotels & Resorts has confirmed that its Burj Khalifa property will launch on April 21 with doors opening to the public on April 23.

The luxury hotel was originally scheduled to open on March 18, and then sources told Arabian Business it was pushed back to April 22.

However, Hotelier Middle East was told by the company that the official launch would be on April 21.

A collaboration between famed Italian designer Giorgio Armani and Emaar Properties, the 160-room hotel was initially scheduled to open last year. However, construction delays at the Burj Khalifa meant the hotel’s launch date was pushed back.

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